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Mamu Nikantetau March

The 300 km walk is a symbolic journey from the community of Pessamit to the community of Uashat mak Mani-Utenam, where walkers will meet Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people to share their messages of hope, healing, respect and reconciliation.

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In the summer of 2022, in conjunction with the Pope's visit to Canada, Puamun Meshkenu organized a large march in support of the survivors of residential schools and those who lost their lives there.

 

Building on the success of the 2022 edition, we are organizing a new march this year, following on from last year's event. Our goal is to continue the open and inclusive dialogue between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples, to raise awareness of the history and current challenges faced by indigenous peoples, and to promote healing and mutual understanding, particularly with regard to the effects of intergenerational trauma.

 

From our perspective, healing, both individual and collective, must be an integral part of the truth and reconciliation process. Without truth, we cannot heal, and without healing, we cannot reconcile. It is with this in mind that we wish to mobilize once again this year, to continue the journey we have already begun, and to continue the healing process to which we must commit ourselves.

 

The 300 km route will be a symbolic journey, from the community of Pessamit to that of Uashat mak Mani-Utenam, where walkers will meet aboriginal and non-aboriginal people to share their messages of hope, healing, respect and reconciliation.

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