Moose Hide Campaign

Get your students involved in Moose Hide Campaign Day

On February 11, 2021, schools from across Canada are invited to the first ever virtual Moose Hide Campaign Day.

Founded by Raven Lacerte and her father Paul, the campaign has made a decade-long effort to end violence towards women and children.

“As visibly Indigenous people, we know that the likelihood of something bad happening to me is much higher than other people,” said Lacerte. “My dad really wanted to do that work to ensure that myself and my sisters could live lives free from violence.”

Your school can take part in first national livestream of the event.

The day-long event will include a virtual meeting with Raven and Paul of the #MHC2021 campaign, and hearing from keynote speakers from across the country. Elders and youth will guide us as we learn more about this critical issue and engage in tangible action for reconciliation.

The day continues with interactive workshops created specifically for middle and senior years students.

Bring the Moose Hide Campaign to your classroom, school or community by taking the online pledge to stand up against violence.

Visit the website to register for the livestream, gain access to the pre-recorded workshops and to order your moose hide pins. Education is the key to ending violence against women and children.

Individual registration.

Adult workshop registration.

Youth workshop registration.

How to guide for K-12 educators.