The fifth annual Aboriginal UnHistory Month exhibit is now on display on Level 2 of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre. The exhibit discusses the issue of Canada’s 150 and what it means to Indigenous peoples with the theme “Whose 150?” Partners include the Musqueam First Nation, the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, the Museum of Anthropology, the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre and IKBLC. Come visit the exhibit and learn more about Indigenous history in B.C. and beyond. The exhibit will be on display until August 30, 2017.
The “un” represents the continued importance and relevance of Indigenous peoples in Canada and around the world. These contributions should be recognized daily, not just once a year. The first Aboriginal (Un)History Month event kicked off in June 2012.