June is National Indigenous History Month. During this month, Canadians honour the history, heritage, and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada. However, this year’s celebration of the rich and vibrant languages, cultures and traditions of Indigenous Peoples is overshadowed by the recent discovery of a mass grave at the Kamloops Residential School site in British Columbia. As we highlight National Indigenous History Month, L’Oréal Canada joins indigenous communities across the country in mourning. We honor the innocent lives lost and reaffirm our commitment to do our part in creating a better and more inclusive society. As such, L’Oréal Canada has partnered with the Native Women’s Association and made a $10,000 donation to the organization.
The Native Women’s Association is an organization whose goal is to enhance and promote the social, economic, cultural and political well-being of Indigenous women across Canada.
Click here to learn more about the Native Women’s Association of Canada
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