New Year will be one of highlighting Indigenous perspectives at APL

 By Brock Weir  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Indigenous perspectives will be amplified at the Aurora Public Library this year as they continue on the path towards Truth & Reconciliation. Indigenous Teachings is a new initiative of the Aurora Public Library (APL) which, in 2024, will take the place of the One Book One Aurora project, which marked its tenth anniversary last year. Reccia Mandelcorn, APL’s Manager of Community Collaboration, says One Book One Aurora (OBOA) had a highly successful decade, and might return in future years, but the decision was made to feature, instead of just one book, “many of the fabulous books written by Indigenous authors.” These volumes will inspire at least three months of expansive programming. “Our many successful events broadened our community’s knowledge of Indigenous issues, but…

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