Acsenda celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

On Tuesday, June 21, Acsenda School of Management celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day.

Faculty, staff and students took this opportunity to learn more about the history and culture of First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples. To advance reconciliation, we must commit ourselves to learning from the past and striving for a better tomorrow.

Acsenda celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day

What is the National Indigenous Day?

The National Indigenous Day is celebrated on June 21. It is the longest day of the year in Canada; the purpose is to recognize and learn about the diversity of cultures, voices, experiences, memories, and histories of First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples.

How can you honour and celebrate National Indigenous People’s Day?

There are various things that you can do to respect this significant day for Canada and Indigenous peoples. Some of these include:

Please contact us if you want more information about Acsenda’s acknowledgments for Indigenous Peoples.

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