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Indigenous Studies McGill
Established in 2014, interdisciplinary approach to teaching key topics of Indigenous life on Turtle Island. Cover photo art by .
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Indigenous Studies McGill Sep 20
Yesterday 's Indigenous Health Practitioners Program a panel on "Dismantling Racism in Healthcare and Education" to a packed room! A very important discussion to be had. If you missed it, you can catch it on YouTube:
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Dionne Codrington Sep 19
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CBC Montreal Sep 19
Third time's a charm! Delighted to team up with + to unveil this year's advocates, books and a new component involving three QC high schools. See you tonight!
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Jeremy Dutcher Sep 17
You are in the midst of an Indigenous renaissance. Are you ready to hear the truth that needs to be told? Are you ready to see the things that need to be seen?
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McGill University | Faculty of Education Sep 18
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Indigenous Studies McGill Sep 18
Last night at the opening of Indigenous Awareness Week, we had the pleasure of hearing the Kahnawá:ke Singers. Some incredible young men helping Kanien'kehá:ka traditions to flourish. Niá:wen to Elder Charlie Patton for his teachings for us in Honouring Where We Stand.
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McGill Reporter Sep 13
Expanded to two weeks (Sept 17-28), McGill's Indigenous Awareness Weeks offers a full slate of diverse events and activities
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Indigenous Studies McGill Sep 13
Join us for the launch of #IndigenousAwarenessWeek on Monday, September 17th at the Faculty Club: . Looking forward celebrating the resilience and diversity of Indigenous cultures. Stayed tuned to our feed for more information.
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NOW Magazine Sep 12
Tomorrow's cover: makes her literary debut this fall; plus, our fall books guide!
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Indigenous Studies McGill Sep 12
This year at is TWO weeks long!! WOW! There are so many events to look forward to like @jodielynnwat the on September 18th. For more info:
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David Marler Sep 11
9yo Brisbane student Harper Nielson protested against Australian national anthem because it disregarded Aboriginals. Family since bullied by Jarrod Bleijie, Pauline Hanson, Alan Jones, Mark Latham & Karl Stefanovic
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Ossie Michelin Sep 12
Look who I saw peeking at me in Winnipeg! Hi Asinnajaq!
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Jean-Claude Lizé Sep 12
Just finished ‘inhaling’ 'Indigenous Writes'. A must read for settlers – ought to be mandatory in all schools. Informative, critical, justifiably cutting, caustic..and the end/footnotes immensely helpful. Thankful for this first step to getting better informed.
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Indigenous Studies McGill Sep 11
ᐃᓄᐃᑦ ᐊᕐᓇᐃᑦ ᐃᓱᒪᓂᕕ ᐊᒻᒪ ᓴᓇᙳᐊᒐᑦ–Inuit Women in the Arts Sept 25th at : (ᓯᕈ ᐃᒡᓗᓕᐅᖅᑎ), ᓂᐊᑉ ᓴᓐᑐᔅ, (ᐱᐊᑐᐊᔅ ᑎᐅ) & ᓂᓇ ᓯᒐᓗᕕᑦᔅ. Nakummek, Ujarak Appadoo for translating. Info/RSVP:
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Floetry Sep 9
This is why we protest. Standing in solidarity with my sis who has fought to change . your name is not an honor, it is grotesque & racist at best.
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Nunatsiaq News Sep 10
On , issue call for action: Inuit to gather on Parliament Hill
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Charlie Angus NDP Sep 8
This is Canada. This is Ontario. This is Kashechewan where 400 children have no school. This is unacceptable.
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Patricia Johnson-Castle Sep 7
WHAT A CREW 😍😍😍
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McGill Institute for the Study of Canada Sep 7
We are excited to present Graham Fraser and "The Long Echo of Quebec Student Politics" on Sept 27 at 5PM in the Thomson House Ballroom (3650 McTavish):
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Indigenous Studies McGill Sep 7
We are excited to announce, part of the 8th annual Awareness Week , our panel on Women in the Arts featuring , , Niap Saunders & Nina Segalowitz. Come learn more about the wonderful work of these women!
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