Lacrosse world remembers with Orange shirt day

Lacrosse world remembers with Orange shirt day

By Josh Giles Writer Orange shirt day is a day of remembrance for the Indigenous children who lost their lives because of residential schools, and multiple lacrosse teams went to social media to remember. The Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse team took to social media on September 30, to do their part. “Today is a day of reflection and acknowledgement of the damage that residential schools had on Indigenous people and communities. It is a day we honour the survivors for their strength.” This post was shared by many lacrosse teams and leagues, including the NLL to show their support for the injustice. The Six Nations Arrows also made their feelings known as well in a post. “Not just today but every day we remember our loved ones who survived, and the…

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