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The final screening in the “We are Not a Phase” film series opens Thursday, Feb. 25.
The online presentation “Keeping our Teachings” will explore land-based learning Friday, Feb. 5.
A film screening and discussion Thursday is tied to the celebration of Indigenous cultures, Rock Your Mocs.
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.
Academic writing advisor Kate Hargreaves will lead a Nov. 5 workshop on the use of inclusive language in formal and day-to-day contexts.
The Turtle Island Aboriginal Education Centre is hosting events in cyberspace on Wednesday, Sept. 30, in observance of Orange Shirt Day.
UWindsor students Alisha Jacobs and Loyell Bigjohn are research assistants with the Indigenous Workways project.
A virtual screening June 30 will celebrate Indigenous film.