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Missing, Murdered and Exploited Indigenous Peoples

A Week of Discussion

In the third week of March, CUE hosts a week of awareness for 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.

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Everyone is welcome to attend. Registration encouraged for select events. See this year’s schedule below.

Quick Facts

Schedule of Events

MONDAY, MARCH 21

10 AM to 2 PM ● Tegler
Faceless Dolls

12 PM to 1 PM Tegler
Opening Ceremony

1:30 PM to 3 PM Virtual
JR LaRose Workshop on Toxic Masculinity
Register HERE

3:30 PM to 4:45 PMIKRC-AW124 & Virtual
Public Readings of Reclaiming Power and Place
Register HERE

TUESDAY, MARCH 23

10 AM to 2 PMTegler
Faceless Dolls

12 PM to 1 PMTegler-Mezzanine
Tristen Jenni Art Exhibit

3:30 PM to 4:45 PMIKRC-AW124 & Virtual
Public Readings of Reclaiming Power and Place
Register HERE

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23

10 AM to 2 PM Tegler
Faceless Dolls

12 PM to 1 PM IKRC
Tristen Jenni Art Exhibit

5:30 PM to 6:30 PM IKRC
Arlene’s Journey
Register HERE

THURSDAY, MARCH 24

10 AM to 2 PM Tegler
Faceless Dolls

12 PM to 1 PM Library
Tristen Jenni Art Exhibit

FRIDAY, MARCH 25

2 PM ● IKRC
Closing Ceremony and Circle

Learning & Support Resources

Want to learn more? Click HERE for a list of books, eBooks, reports, videos and other resources OR visit the CUE Library’s display.

Peer Support

We recognize that the content covered during the week may be triggering or distressing for participants. Students can access Peer Support at select MMEIP events or during their regular office hours. Download the Winter 2022 Peer Support schedule HERE.

All other participants can access a list of supports by clicking HERE.

Partners

Thank you to our planning committee and partners for bringing together the 2022 MMEIP Week of Discussion. Partners include: CUE Library, Athletics and Recreation, Fine Arts, Marketing, Concordia Student Association, CUE Indigenous Fellowship and the Indigenous Knowledge and Research Centre. 


Questions? Contact Danielle at Danielle.Powder@concordia.ab.ca for more information.

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