The National Campus and Community Radio Association successfully applied for a grant through the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to create the Resonating Reconciliation project. This project seeks to address the legacy of Indian Residential Schools by engaging community radio stations to train Indigenous programmers to create 30-minute documentaries on a wide range of related topics and provide a lasting record of survivors’ experiences.
CiTR is one of the community radio stations involved in this project.
We’re looking for individuals of any skill level, or a small team (up to five people), interested in producing a 30-minute documentary about the legacy of Indian Residential Schools in our community.
The Deadline for Applications is July 3, 2013
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