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April 25, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence
 
Aboriginal Initiatives Winter 2014 Newsletter: TUNNGASUGIT

Aboriginal Initiatives Winter 2014 Newsletter: TUNNGASUGIT


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People as Books!  The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurier’s Waterloo Campus People as Books! The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurier’s Waterloo Campus
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CBC Radio Interview with Shawn Johnston, Vigil for Loretta Saunders CBC Radio Interview with Shawn Johnston, Vigil for Loretta Saunders
(Headline - Mar 27)
Office of Aboriginal Initiatives Celebrates Student Bursary Recipients of the SUNDANCe Award
(Notice - Mar 17)
University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University celebrate World Water Day with day of events
(News Release - Mar 14)
CBC Radio Interview with Shawn & Rachael (Moccasin Tales on Laurier Radio) CBC Radio Interview with Shawn & Rachael (Moccasin Tales on Laurier Radio)
(Headline - Mar 10)
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George Kennedy, PhD Candidate at Western George Kennedy is of the Oneida Nation, Turtle clan. He was a grad student in the Master of Arts in History program at Laurier. He has done research on the Anishnabe/Haudenosaunee transition from allies of the Crown to that of wardship. George also examined Indigenous diplomacy as it relates to the “Dish with One Spoon” treaty, which derives from the earliest times of the “Great Peace” amongst the Haudenosaunee. George is currently a PhD candidate in History at Western. He is a proud to have been entrusted with four of the Creator’s children and life partner Mushkode.

George Kennedy
2012 MA History,
PhD Candidate at Western