Virtual

Waking up the medicine: Instilling Anishinaabe knowledge into history

Dr. Alan Corbiere is the Canadian Research Chair in Indigenous History of North America. His presentation focuses on how the Anishinaabe ways of knowing, perspective and language can inform mainstream history during this time of truth and reconciliation.

The Scholars' Hub features discussions on a broad range of topics from some of the best minds at York University. 

Register through York U at bit.ly/3y6a9zT

 

September 15th, 12:00pm to 12:45pm
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Feminist Book Club

An online gathering for people who want to explore the issue of feminism in relation to monthly book titles and as a broader subject.

This club will be offered through Zoom; instructions will be emailed 2 days before the event.

Email kstark@aurorapl.ca to receive your copy of the book.

Fall Dates:

December 14th, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
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Feminist Book Club

An online gathering for people who want to explore the issue of feminism in relation to monthly book titles and as a broader subject.

This club will be offered through Zoom; instructions will be emailed 2 days before the event.

Email kstark@aurorapl.ca to receive your copy of the book.

Fall Dates:

November 9th, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
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Feminist Book Club

An online gathering for people who want to explore the issue of feminism in relation to monthly book titles and as a broader subject.

This club will be offered through Zoom; instructions will be emailed 2 days before the event.

Email kstark@aurorapl.ca to receive your copy of the book.

October 12th, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
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