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Raoul Wallenberg Day For Human Rights
Kelvin's Hopeful, Aware Students Taking Action, along with members of Gender Studies Club and Spectrum took part in the Raoul Wallenberg Day for Human Rights at the Asper Centre recently. Keynote speaker Karen Toole Mitchell shared her journey , emphasizing the importance of acting locally while thinking globally. Students met with people from a variety of professions and countries of origin, all of whom had overcome daunting adversity to not only survive, but become community leaders. Kelvin students took part in a Smudging Ceremony and the Blanket Exercise -- a powerful enactment of the process of colonization as it impacted First Nations across the continent. Many thanks to the Gray Academy students and staff who invited select high schools to take part and especially to Kelvin scholar Laia S, who arranged for Kelvin to attend.