Tag Archives: Aboriginal Day

Spirit of Dorothy Day

I’m reading a book called Dorothy Day: the World will be Saved by Beauty (an intimate portrait of my grandmother (2017) by Kate Hennessy. It gives a pretty gritty perspective of the highs and lows of the Catholic Worker movement in New York during the 1930s and onward, and the struggles that happened in particular between […]

Truth and Reconciliation

Today is National Aboriginal Day (June 21st), and this is probably the first year it has really hit home. As a librarian it usually means a book display featuring Aboriginal history, culture, arts and literature, with some posters about local events, maybe a performance, or a film festival. I actually did host a pretty cool […]