Equity & Inclusion Dialogue - National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 

Tuesday, September 28, 2021 - 1 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.

The Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion (Centre) is pleased to invite you to its Equity and Inclusion Dialogue series for the 2021-2022 academic year. Online registration is now open for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. View the attached flyer for event details. Limited seating available.

View the full listing of the Centre’s 2021-2022 Equity & Inclusion Dialogue series

Session Description:

Remarks on Humber’s commitment to Truth and Reconciliation:

  • President Chris Whitaker
  • Vice-President Jason Hunter
  • Senior Vice-President Gina Antonacci

This session will address the importance of National Day of Truth and Reconciliation at Humber: Why is it important? What is Truth and Reconciliation Day? How can we work together to build Mino Nawendiwin (Good Relationships) at Humber? The work on the Truth and Reconciliation should fall to everyone not just one person or one group, what does this look like for you? This day also coincides with Orange Shirt Day and the purpose being to commemorate the residential school experience, honor the survivors and their families all while committing to an ongoing process of reconciliation. Through this session we open the door for dialogue and solidify our position for the important work that must be done for Truth and Reconciliation to be impactful.


  • Nahannee Schuitemaker, Indigenous Curriculum & Pedagogy Specialist, Indigenous Education & Engagement
  • Regina Hartwick, Associate Dean, Indigenous Education & Engagement
  • Jason Seright, Dean, Indigenous Education & Engagement