Resonating Reconciliation: We Are Still Here
CJMPeople ended 2013 with great happiness as we celebrated and honoured Residential School Survivors and Tla’Amin community members at our Community Listening Celebration.
The celebration took place at the Tla’Amin Gym where we aired the documentary We Are Still Here after a ceremony of singing, drumming, gifting and cedar brushing. Our documentary is part of the Resonating Reconciliation Program with the National Community Radio Association.
For information on the Tla’Amin Nation, please click here.
For more information on the Truth and Reconciliation process that Canada is currently undergoing, please look into some of our resources here.
To hear the documentary, click here.
My name is Devin Pielle. I am 22 years old and am part of Sliammon First Nation. I have a 5 month old daughter who is my little gem. I have been involved in the First Voices project in Sliammon, and am active in my culture in my community.
My name is Shelby George, I am 19 years old and I am Sliammon First Nation. I indulge myself in our culture and take pride in our traditional practices
Courtney Harrop is a freelance journalist/photographer and live broadcaster, covering social justice, politics, activism, police brutality/violence, and other news and photo worthy events. Courtney currently resides on the west coast of Canada, and when she is not out photographing and filming, she is farming, raising kids, and building community radio.
Emma Bell has been listening to community radio since discovering Sunday morning story time on Auckland University’s bFM as a small child in New Zealand. Now a reluctant adult, she has worked in commercial television, music events and live theatre in Australia and Canada, and is currently volunteer Production Manager at CJMP 90.1FM in Powell River, BC.
As a Transmedia Artist, Zoë hosts 42 Fish, a weekly radio show on CJMP 90.1 FM. She also creates sound design for theatre and video as well as writing for broadcast and stage. She has developed programs and curricula in leadership, arts education, and social justice for adults and youth. Zoe is also the Program Director at CJMP, Powell River Community Radio Society.