It’s a way for us to tell our stories’: Series highlights Edmonton aboriginal history – Edmonton Journal

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It’s a way for us to tell our stories’: Series highlights Edmonton aboriginal history – Edmonton Journal

by ahnationtalk on August 20, 2015480 Views

August 18, 2015

EDMONTON – A group of aboriginal people organizing free talks on indigenous history are hoping the sessions will improve understanding in Edmonton, home to the second largest urban aboriginal population in Canada.

“In the general public there’s a lack of information and aboriginal people are seen sometimes as more of a burden to Edmonton,” said Karen Bruno, with the group Amiskwaciy History Series. “We find when people understand the history of aboriginal people in Edmonton, they seem to have a little more understanding of where we were and where we’re going.”

The group has hosted two free talks this summer, open to all Edmontonians, with a third scheduled Wednesday evening.

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