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Indigenous Women’s Katiniq (Online)

Oki, Aba Wathtech, Danit’ada, Tansi, Tanshi, Hello, Bonjour, Relatives. We would like to invite you to an Indigenous Women only space that has been created to empower, celebrate and promote lateral love. Together, Elder Linda Johnson from the Northern Cree First Nation, Bobbi-Jo Amos from the Bearspaw First Nation, Jacie Alook from the Bigstone Cree […]

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Making Visible our Shared History: The Context for Renaming Institutions

Join this workshop with speaker Dr. Crystal Fraser to explore the importance of renaming institutions as a step towards reconciliation. Dr. Fraser teaches in the History and Classics department, U of A. She is Gwichyà Gwich’in and originally from Inuvik and Dachan Choo Gęhnjik in the Northwest Territories. This event is co-sponsored by the Women’s

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Reclaiming Power & Place

Join us for a conversation on the ongoing crisis of violence against indigenous women, girls, and 2SLGBTQQIA people: Reclaiming Power & Place Register Here Webinar | March 31, 6-7:30 p.m. MT Presented by the Department of History and Women’s Centre of Calgary The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

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Reconciliation Training – Part 1 (Full)

EVENT FULL – Thank you for your interest, this event is now at capacity. Please stay posted to Women’s Centre website and social media for another scheduled session. This two hour training session will allow attendees to learn about Reconciliation in a safe learning environment. The training will include topics like: What is Reconciliation? Why Reconciliation

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