Photographs provide a cultural and historical life graph.
We were interested in understanding the life perspective of First Nation's children in Grassy Narrows Ontario...
...what's the best part of their day, who is a role model, what would they like us to know about their culture, what would they like to do when they grow up?
With generous donations from Henry's Cameras and Adobe Canada, the kidsmediacentre and Centennial College Journalism students and faculty are teaching students in grade 4, 7 and 8 how to document their life through photography.
Grassy children have grown up in a community that's had to fight for its treaty rights.
Have these experiences shaped their outlook and perspective?
Thank you to Earl Grey Middle School teacher Jennifer Franklin for curriculum counsel.