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Literature Matters: Through an Indigenous Woman’s Lens: Revitalizing Our Relationship with the Water Using Movement, Song and Story
Reading, studying and talking about literary works helps us make sense of the world around us.
Reading, studying and talking about literary works helps us make sense of the world around us. In this series of community talks, members of the Department of English explore diverse literary topics.
Wednesday, Jan. 23
Grace-Westminster United Church Social Hall
505 10th St. E.
Free and Open to the public.
Info: (306) 966-1268 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Through an Indigenous Woman’s Lens: Revitalizing Our Relationship with the Water Using Movement, Song and Story
by Tasha Beeds (Department of English)
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