The shirt was a joint venture between the city of Lethbridge and the U of L
Chataya Holy Singer is a local Blackfoot artist and designed a special shirt to commemorate National Truth and Reconciliation Day.
Holy Singer is focused on putting together First Nation, Metis, and Inuit symbolism as part of this t-shirt design. She says the overall significance weaves the educational journey for Blackfoot students and resiliency through the past, present, and future.
You can purchase the T-shirts at the U of L bookstore for $15.99 with a portion of the proceeds going to the Indigenous student initiatives.
The National Day of Truth and Reconciliation is on September 30th.