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Aboriginal Education Centre

Screening to explore solidarity between Black and Indigenous communities

A film screening and panel discussion will explore the topics of kinship and relocation in the context of Black and Indigenous solidarity on Wednesday, Oct. 28.

The event is part of the “We are Not a Phase: Indigenous Screening Series” sponsored by the Turtle Island Aboriginal Education Centre, Indigenous Student Services St. Clair College, VUCAVU, and the Arts Council - Windsor and Region.

Kate HargreavesAcademic writing advisor Kate Hargreaves will lead a Nov. 5 workshop on the use of inclusive language in formal and day-to-day contexts.

Workshop to instruct in inclusive language

Academic writing advisor Kate Hargreaves will lead a Nov. 5 workshop on the use of inclusive language in formal and day-to-day contexts.

Event to provide introduction to Métis peoples

Most Canadians understand that the term Indigenous represents First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people, says Kat Pasquach, but they don’t necessarily know anything more about Métis culture.

Aboriginal outreach co-ordinator for the Turtle Island Aboriginal Education Centre, she has partnered with the Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre to present a crash course, “Métis 101,” from 1 to 3 p.m. Friday, March 23, in the Rose Room, Vanier Hall.