Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue
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- SEMESTER IN DIALOGUE
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Simon Fraser University's Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue presents a series of videos highlighting the work of Chief Robert Joseph. Chief Joseph is the recipient of the 2014 Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue for a lifetime of outstanding achievements promoting reconciliation among Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada.
Part 1: Culture and Ancestry
Chief Joseph discusses his childhood memories of Kwakwaka'wakw culture and explains why understanding the context of culture and ancestry is critical in the present day.
Part 2: Residential School Experience
Chief Joseph describes his experience at St. Michael's Indian Residential School and how the trauma of the residential school system affected him as a young man.
Part 3: Reconciliation
Chief Joseph describes the concept of reconciliation and what this means for relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians.
Celebrating Chief Joseph, recipient of SFU's 2014 Jack P. Blaney Award for Dialogue for a lifetime of outstanding achievements promoting reconciliation among Canada's Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
What is Dialogue?
Chief Joseph discusses his views about the importance of dialogue and improved mutual understanding.