On November 9, 2017 two Entry Program classes visited the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
As a non-profit community organization, we were lucky to secure free admission. At the museum we learned about the history and meaning of human rights. We explored Canadian journeys and Indigenous perspectives, including stories from Residential School survivors. Students were able to read human rights stories from around the world, including many stories and experiences from their home countries. Finally, we visited the Tower of Hope to see a view of downtown Winnipeg and share our perspectives on what human rights mean to each of us.
Thank you, CMHR!