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The Indigenous Scholars Speaker Series

Posted in Indigenous
Feb 15, 2019

Dr. Robert Alexander Innes (PhD)

Dr. Robert Alexander Innes, head of the Department of Indigenous Studies

Genocide: The Killing of Indigenous People in the Cypress Hills in the 1880s

Date: Feb. 15, 2019
Time: 11:30 a.m
Location: Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

Presented by the Aboriginal Students' Centre and the Department of Indigenous Studies.

 

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