In Support of Willie Abrahams and his
On July 6th, 1998 in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, 58 year old Willie Abrahams, an elder of the Haida Nation began a 1500 kilometre journey of hope and healing.
He cycled along highways 16 and 95 on his way to Vancouver and Nanaimo,
stopping in communities along the way to share his story of the abuse he and
others suffered in residential schools, to raise awareness of issues and to raise funds for the survivors.
July 6th Prince Rupert
|July 7th Terrace||July 8th Kitwanga|
|July 9th Hazelton||July 10th Smithers||July 13th Houston|
|July 14th Burns Lake||July 15th Fort Fraser||July 16th Vanderhoof|
|July 17th Prince George||July 20th Hixon||July 21st Quesnel|
|July 22nd Marguerite||July 23rd Williams Lake||July 24th 100 Mile House|
|July 27th Clinton||July 28th Cache Creek||July 29th Spencers Bridge|
|July 30th Lytton||July 31st Yale||Aug.1st Hope|
|Aug. 3rd Seabird/Agassiz||Aug. 4th Mission||Aug. 5th Vancouver|
|Aug. 16th Nanaimo|
Support of Willie