Hadih, tansi, atelihai, aanii, kuei, Ɂedlanet’e, boozhoo, kwe’, hau, oki!
Thank you for choosing to stand with over 200,000 Canadians in ceremony, reconciliation and solidarity to end violence against women and children on Moose Hide Campaign Day.
As educators you are the hands and heart of this grassroots movement, and you hold an important role in getting this message of reconciliation to the next generation.
Leading up to Moose Hide Campaign Day on May 12, we invite you to add your voice to this important moment, by creating and sharing photos and videos of yourself, your staff and students. We will then collect these photos and share them as part of our livestream presentation!
Showcasing your personal commitment helps to raise awareness of this important issue, and creates meaningful change across the country.
Watch and read below for examples of how you can add your voice to the campaign!
Some pledge options are:
We stand up against violence
We stand with the Moose Hide Campaign
We stand against gender-based violence
I commit to ending violence towards women and children
I pledge to take a stand against violence towards women and children
We encourage you to get creative with your photo or video, and include moose hide pin, signs, props, artwork, etc.
Don't forget to tag us on social media!
If you or your school has a social media account, please feel free to post them there, tagging us on our social media handles as below with any of the hashtags: #MooseHideCampaign #MooseHideCampaignDay #Reconciliation
If you don’t have your moose hide pins yet, order them for free at our web site www.moosehidecampaign.ca