Orange Shirt Day – gathering

On September 30, many Camosun students and employees will show their commitment to the principle that every child matters and to show support for those who attended residential schools and their families by wearing orange shirts.

Camosun Indigenous Studies students Eddy Charlie and Kristin Spray, with the support of the Camosun Board of Governors and the Centre for Indigenous Education and Community Connections, invite the college community and supporters to attend a gathering at 1:15pm, Friday, September 30 at Na’tsa’maht (the Gathering Place) at the Lansdowne Campus, wear an orange shirt, eat fry bread, and sing the huy ch qu song to show respect and to honour those who attended residential schools and their families.

For more information, please see Orange Shirt Day and TRC Calls to Action