My Metis Story
Tanshi, my name is Crystal Lavallee, Metis from Red River Settlement. Thank you for visiting my page!
Since 2017, I've been travelling extensively as a tv producer. Solely into Indigenous communities across this land. In my travels, I've had the honour of sitting with many survivors of Indian Residential School.
This Fall, I felt compelled to piece together a Keynote presentation, with their voices and my story combined, to engage High School students in reconciliation. My Metis Story is a powerful 45 minute assembly that highlights the truth about Indian Residential Schools through first hand accounts. Your students will gain a deeper understanding of Indigenous people from various communities across this land and be compelled to make a difference!
Book Crystal as a compliment to September 30th learning objectives.
Offered to High Schools on a first come, first serve basis the week of September 26-30, 2022.
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A Diverse Landscape
Students will hear from 3 survivors of Indian Residential School, including Dr Wilton Littlechild - international lawyer and Chief. Dr Littlechild is from Maskwacis First Nation in Alberta and was recently inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame. Click here to read more.
September 30th - National Day for Truth & Reconciliation.
Students will hear first hand accounts by elders in a way that honours and restores dignity, hope and healing. Call to action is Q&A where students think of ways they can walk out reconciliation.