Woodland Cultural Centre is excited to announce that our Save the Evidence Tshirts are now available online for purchase!
The proceeds from these shirt sales goes directly to the Save the Evidence Campaign, a multi-million dollar restoration project to transform the former Mohawk Institute Residential School into and interactive cultural site.
The Orange Shirt was released as part of #orangeshirtday which is a national day of recognition and remembrance of survivors of the Residential Schools. The orange shirt is symbolic of the story of one survivor named Phyllis. She tells the story of when she arrived at the school, they took her shiny new orange shirt.
Schools, organizations, and supporters around the world wear their Orange Shirts on Sept 30th this year to show their acknowledgement of Residential Schools in Canada.
Group Orders Available DEADLINE AUG 23rd!
Please Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the volume order form.
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