Featuring 6 mm red onyx, white jade, black onyx and black lava stones.
This bracelet helps tell a story of Seven Generations.
When a child is forcefully removed from their home and sent to a Residential School the affected Seven Generations include the three generations of parents, grandparents and great-grandparents left behind, that child's future children, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. The 7th generation affected is of course that child themselves.
The 7 red onyx centre stones represent the Seven Generations affected by Residential Schools.
The 2 white jade stones represent the child's parents.
The 3 black onyx beside the two white jade stones represent the child's other family.
The other 3 black onyx represent the other children at the Residential School.
By purchasing our acorn diffusers, you will be supporting the Woodland Cultural Centre's 'Save the Evidence' campaign.
100% of proceeds will be donated to the campaign.
The lava stones are the 'secret' to your wellness bracelet as they will 'hold' your aromatherapy and help you feel amazing throughout your day.
• Aromatherapeutic | Gently diffuse your essential oils
• Convenient | Always have your aromatherapy with you when you need it
• Discrete | A beautiful & functional wellness tool
• Durable: Over time and with regular use of essential oils, an elastic strung bracelets will degrade and break
• Tarnish resistant: Crafted using stainless steel
• Comes in three flexible sizes
• Beautiful handcrafted design
• Made in Guelph, Ontario
• High quality semi-precious stones
• Instruction card
• Description card
• Black gift box
'Save the Evidence is a campaign to raise awareness and support for the restoration of the former Mohawk Institute Residential School, and to develop the building into an Interpreted Historic Site and Educational Resource. As a site of conscience, the final goal is to create a fully realized Interpretive Centre that will be the definitive destination for information about the history of Residential Schools in Canada, the experiences of Survivors of the schools, and the impact that the Residential School system has had on our communities.'