Naut’sa mawt Tribal Council and WITS Programs Foundation have partnered for Pink Shirt Day to Advance Kindness and Inclusivity Initiatives in 2024.
Order pink t-shirts and hoodies for your school or organization to show your support. Proceeds support Indigenous community programs, kindness promotion and bullying-prevention programs in schools across Canada, and program subsidies to Indigenous Schools.
"I chose a sacred feather because it symbolizes and represents a high honour, wisdom, power, and freedom. The three hearts inside represent kindness, friendship, and love. When I tied the two together, it felt right because my heart told me it felt like it was meant to be."
-Artist Brooke Gillam
Oromocto First Nation
T-shirts: $25.99 Each
Hoodies: $35.99 Each
Artwork designed by Brooke Gillam from Oromocto First Nation
I am a part of the Oromocto First Nation Community in New Brunswick on the east coat of Turtle Island and have recently reunited with my other side of my family who originates from the west coast in Victoria, British Columbia.
I chose the feather design after getting to know my Grandfather from the Shell Beach community of Stz'uminus First Nation.
Pink Shirt Day Canada - The National Broadcast
Join host Maya Kara and WITSup the walrus for this special event, this year featuring special guest speaker Peter H. Reynolds, author of Be You, Say Something and The Dot.
Pink Shirt Day Canada is an interactive show designed just for schools. In this 40-minute Show, we’ll talk about being kind, hear from youth and award-wining authors, honour Indigenous people, hear from students about their own kindness projects, ask our special guest your questions, play a game with chances to win prizes, and leave you feeling like you’ve had a wonderful Pink Shirt Day!