ADVANCING RECONCILIATION a FNIM Resource for School Councils
A free resource for schools flying the Inuit, treaty 6, treaty 7, treaty 8, or metis flags.
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Are you worried the flag you get will look weird if the words are reversed on the back? You might be thinking, what is the bleed through like on the reverse side? Will the colours on the back of the flag look the same as on the front or are the colours faded on the back side of the flag?
We hope this blog post will clarify your questions and help you decide which type of flag is best for you.
Today, this flag and what it represents is respected nationally by all indigenous groups. We can even see evidence of the flag gaining global traction. It has been seen waved by groups under oppression by colonizing forces around the world.