Self-Story #4: Today is my Day

There is a moment of silence before my eyes open to the sun shining through the small gap of my curtains. I roll out of bed and make my way towards the window, pulling the curtains aside to see the bright sky of morning. Relief floods me. A magical sunrise, in my opinion, is a … Continue reading Self-Story #4: Today is my Day

Reading Response #1

I was assigned to the article, “Treaty Education for Ethically Engaged Citizenship: Settler Identities, Historical Consciousness and the Need for Reconciliation”, by Jennifer Tupper. This quote interested me the most- “Being in ethical relation requires engagement with ‘difficult knowledge’, shifting out of the epistemological stance of ignorance, resisting colonial historical consciousness produced through front-tier narratives … Continue reading Reading Response #1