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BRANTFORD: TerryLynn Brant Guest Lecture, OPEN TO PUBLIC


Oct 30/13

TerryLynn Brant
TerryLynn Brant

Date: Oct 30/13
Time: 13:00 - 14:20
Location: RCW004, Brantford campus
Cost: FREE

Seraser (zay-RLA-zay-rla) means meadowlark. She was given this name by her grandfather because her nature reflected the bird's behaviour. 

She is a traditionalist, activist, gardener, beekeeper, writer, homesteader, educator, and survivalist. 

Co-Author of "Teacher Education Series: Culturally Relevant Aboriginal Education"

Join us for this Guest Lecture!

The lecture will focus on the experience of Aboriginal children in Canada today. 

Then drop by "the House" for TEACHINGS & TEA. An informal environment telling stories, sharing traditional teachings and learning to read your own tea leaves.

Contact: Bonnie Whitlow
Email: bwhitlow@wlu.ca
Phone: x5884

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