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June 30, 2016

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BRANTFORD: Aboriginal Awareness Week, 2016

All events are FREE and open to the public, unless marked with an* .

Please note the some workshops require email registrations.

Calendar of Events:

Monday March 7

12:00pm, Creative Native Drop In Session, at the Aboriginal Student Centre (111 Darling Street)

Tuesday March 8

1pm Sheri Longboat Lecture: Water Security for Mother Earth, Brantford Public Library, 173 Colbourne Street

6:00pm -7:30pm, Film Screening: 8th Fire- Whose Land is it Anyways?, Brantford Public Library, 173 Colbourne Street

Wednesday March 9

3:00pm, SOAPworks with Kitty Lickers at the Aboriginal Student Centre, 111 Darling Street

7:00-10:00pm, Charles Restoule Lecture: Ziizbaakwad Mother Earth's Gift to Us, CB 205

Thursday March 10

4:00pm, Lecture with Jonathon Garlow, ID101: Indigineous People and Media,RCE 319

7:00pm, Lecture with Ellen Gabriel, Living in Relationship to Mother Earth While Defending Her, RCE 004

Friday March 11

11:30am, Truth & Reconciliation Lecture: Student power embraces the challenge in the TRC recommendations, RCE 004, 150 Dalhousie Street