In the third week of March, the Indigenous Knowledge & Research Centre hosts a day of discussion for the ongoing national crisis of Missing, Murdered and Exploited Indigenous Peoples. It is important that our campus community engages in learning and dialogue that centers Indigenous Peoples in Canada, including the disproportionate rates of missing and murdered Indigenous women, men, and two-spirits (2S). In the spirit of healing and justice, we challenge our community to participate, reflect, and continue the conversation within your circles. Only together we can address, reform, and create safety for all members of our community.
Everyone is welcome to attend. See this year’s schedule below.
Schedule of Events
Wednesday, March 22 ┃ 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Tegler Student Centre, Concordia University of Edmonton, 7128 Ada Boulevard
Circle and Feast
Wednesday, March 22 ┃ 2:30 p.m.
AW 124 / Indigenous Knowledge & Research Centre (IKRC), Concordia University of Edmonton, 7128 Ada Boulevard