https://casasc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Empowerment-and-Healing.jpg 220 280 Team Member https://casasc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/casasc-logo.png Team Member2021-05-31 14:17:412021-05-31 14:17:41Why we wear orange
Why we wear orange
CASASC reaffirms the statement that every child matters.
We honour the 215 children who were found at the Kamloops Residential School, their families and our community who is grieving at this time. We chose to wear our orange Made to Respect t-shirts today (May 31) as a visual symbol of our awareness of the need for ongoing reconciliation and accountability. We encourage you to seek further information about the experiences of Indigenous people, especially in regards to residential schooling.
We are here to support our community during this time. If you need support, we have our 24/7 Sexual Violence Help Line by phone at 1 866 956 1099 or by webchat at www.casasc.ca
You can also reach the National Indian Residential School Crisis Line by phone 1-866-925-4419