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Indigenous Scholars Series: Randy Morin

Posted in Indigenous
Feb 28, 2019

Randy Morin

Join us for Randy Morin's USask book launch for kîsikâw pîsim êkwa tipiskâw pîsim and a discussion on Cree language revitalization. Everyone is welcome.

Date: Thursday, Feb. 28
Time: 11:30 am
Location: Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

This talk is part of the Indigenous Scholar Speaker Series and is presented by the Aboriginal Students' Centre and the Department of Indigenous Studies.


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