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How the orange shirt became the symbol for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

On Sept. 30, Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians will wear orange to reflect on the tragic legacy of residential schools. Chief Willie Sellars of the Williams Lake First Nation discusses the importance of Orange Shirt Day in supporting the reconciliation process.
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