Full circle
Full circle

Full circle : the Aboriginal Healing Foundation & the unfinished work of hope, healing & reconciliation
Xwi7xwa Library, University of British Columbia

2014
Book
Creators
Spear, Wayne K.
Contributors
Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada).
Description
"This book is about the Aboriginal Healing Foundation, but much more besides. That is because the Foundation’s board of directors were eager to tell a story, rather than issue a multi-volume quantitative academic analysis. Formal reports of this character have great value, and the reader who wishes material of that kind may obtain it. The book you are reading has another purpose. It tells the story not only of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation but the work of consciousness-raising, public education, restitution and reconciliation which absorbed the efforts of thousands of individuals, in many cases for well over a decade" (Full Circle : The Aboriginal Healing Foundation & The Unfinished Work of Hope, Healing & Reconciliation, pg. 1).

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ISBN
9781772150032
Contents
A preface / Phil Fontaine -- Chapter one: the creation of the Aboriginal Healing Foundation -- Chapter two: the healing begins -- Chapter three: long-term visions & short-term politics -- Chapter four: Canada closes the chapter -- Chapter five: an approaching storm / Kateri Akiwenzie Damm -- Chapter six: coming full circle
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