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Monday, June 3 • 9:30am - 10:45am
M3: Looking Back, Moving Forward: BC Public Libraries Supporting Reconciliation in their Communities

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Is your library interested in supporting reconciliation in your community but doesn’t know where to begin? Join us for a report on reconciliation-based activities shared by large and small public libraries around the province. This session will also include specific insights and lessons learned throughout the process of planning and executing a large-scale community event. You'll walk away inspired to begin your own initiative through collections, programs and events, outreach, staff training, policy and more.

Presented with support from the Friends of the Prince George Public Library.

Speakers
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Melissa Sawatsky

Program & Event Coordinator / Public Relations, Smithers Public Library
Melissa Sawatsky is a library professional and writer currently living on unceded Witsuwit'en territory in Smithers, BC. She serves as the Program and Event Coordinator at Smithers Public Library and is a board member of the Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council. Sawatsky has published... Read More →
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Wendy Wright

Director, Smithers Public Library
Wendy Wright serves as Director of the Smithers Public Library on the unceded territory of the Witsuwit’en Nation in northwestern BC. She has always loved connecting people with stories, ideas, and information in various formats and enjoys creating opportunities for people to learn... Read More →


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