In Sault Ste.Marie, Ontario stands “Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall,” the first permanent survivor-driven exhibition dedicated to sharing the stories of Indigenous children who experienced the Indian residential school system in Canada.
Among the world’s historic sites and memorials, Sites of Conscience stand out for their willingness not only to confront our most painful and shameful histories, but for the courage to
“What this project has provided for me is the invaluable experience of more spaciousness in my heart and mind. This liberating effect has convinced me that a very robust, powerful
The Abbe Museum, a Coalition member in Bar Harbor, Maine, showcases the history and cultures of Maine’s Native people, the Wabanaki, through changing exhibitions, special events, education workshops, archaeology field schools and
The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience will soon launch a 12-month initiative entitled The Art of Inclusion with support from the New York State Council of the Arts (NYSCA).
The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience in Seattle, Washington is dedicated to the history and narratives of the Asian Pacific American community. Through guided tours and exhibitions,