One hand clapping often sounds like Truth & Reconciliation. That is, repeating recognized history but saying little about reconciliation.
Now, you can hear the other hand clapping at the cSPACE Marda Loop Studio Theatre, September 26.
Tom Sindlinger, International Economist and Former Member of the ALBERTA LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, will be telling the story of “The Dirty Old Indian” MY CANADIAN HERO.
Mike Mountain Horse was a commendable and courageous Canadian soldier who fought at Vimy Ridge. He was wounded at three different battles and another time buried four days from a shell explosion. In civilian life he was elected a chief of the Kainai and also the president of a railway labour union — an astonishing combination. A stimulating and thought-provoking story.
“A standing ovation at The Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs”
“Amazing and inspiring story. I am thankful that I read it.”
” I really really like it. It’s a cool story.” [Indigenous welder at Fort McMurray}