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Thank-you for speaking to us at Laurier University the other day. Everything you said made me remember why I want to be a teacher. You reached out to us as teachers and individuals. Your presentation is exactly what I needed to hear. After the lecture, I read "Chili Burn Me Tongue" to a man with autism and he loved being able to read the word "bum." I realize there is a lot more to that book and I plan to explore all three of your books with my future classroom. So from the bottom of my heart, thank you. (Britney,  Pre-service Teacher, Faculty of Education, Laurier University, January 2017).

Chris Adriana Wild  Chris D'Souza's keynote presentation was engaging, relevant and applicable. Session participants left with a greater understanding of equity as they reflected on their own teaching practices, specifically how it relates to their relationships with students and this notion of creating an inclusive classroom. We would definitely invite him back to Calgary to present at future conventions.
Adriana Wild 
Program Coordinator for the Calgary City Teachers' Convention Association 

A thousand thanks for coming and speaking to our group yesterday! You made a very complex topic approachable and kept people really engaged. We were all touched by your generosity and inspired by your passion. It was empowering!
Elizabeth Anderson
Community Action Coordinator
The Local Community Food Center
Stratford Ontario
February, 2013

I recently read your book, Kicking the Elephant’s Ankle.
I loved it ! Absolutely loved it. Great message, amazing illustrations, and timeless message. Your author’s note at the end said it all !! Your dedication to the Indigenous peoples around the world was very special.
I am responsible for Treaty education in our school division, and this will definitely be added to our resource collection. Thank you for this timely gift in the light of all the events occurring in our country and across the globe,
Sandy Pinay-Schindler
First Nations and Metis Education Coordinator
Prarie Valley School
Saskatchewan, Canada
 
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