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Bonnie Whitlow

Aboriginal Student Support Co-ordinator (Brantford Campus)

Areas of Expertise: Haudenosaunee Leadership & Traditions; Aboriginal Culture History and Worldview; Pre-contact History of the Haudenosaunee

Biography: Bonnie is a Mohawk woman, Bear Clan who was born and raised on the Six Nations reserve.  She is a student of traditional onkwehon:we ancestral knowledge.  Bonnie has also dedicated many years to the recovery of her ancestral tongue Mohawk?

519.756.8228 ext.5884

Kim Anderson

Associate Professor, Indigenous Studies

Areas of Expertise: Aboriginal Culture & History; Indigenous women

Biography: I am a Cree/Métis writer and educator, with roots in western Canada ?

519.756.8228 ext.5643

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