Intergenerational Perspectives on Healing from the Cultural Genocide of Indian Residential Schools 

Gail Pelletier, a member of the Treaty 6 Pukatawagan Cree Nation and a Cross Lake and Guy Hill Indian Residential School survivor, along with her son, Bioneers board member, author, director and campaigner, Clayton Thomas-Müller; and her grandson, thirteen year-old Jaxson Thomas-Müller, will share how they are practicing mindfulness and intention while their family is moving through and healing from the trauma of 150 years of Canada’s genocidal residential school policy. Join them to learn how working toward truth and reconciliation and healing from the violence of colonization and the intergenerational impacts of Indian Residential School Syndrome is a multigenerational endeavor. 

Marina Theater

May 13th | 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm


Clayton Thomas-Müller
Stop It At The Source’ Campaigner
Gail Pelletier
Treaty 6 Pukatawagan Cree Nation
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