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Indigenous Feminism Panel Discussion

Posted in Indigenous
Mar 8, 2019

The panel discussion will take place at Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre.

Hosted by the Aboriginal Students' Centre and the Department of Indigenous Studies in the College of Arts and Science

Date: March 8
Time: 11:30 am
Location: Gordon Oakes Red Bear Student Centre

The following Indigenous scholars will comprise the panel: Senator Lillian Dyck (PhD), Dr. Rose Roberts (PhD), Dr. Marlene McKay (PhD) and Tasha Beeds (MA). This event is part of the Indigenous Scholars Speaker Series.


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