Kwayskahstahsôwin: Setting things right

Kwayskahstahsôwin: Setting things right

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Tuesday, April 11, 2023 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.


Programming Room at the Yorkton Library. 93 Broadway St W, Yorkton SK
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The Office of Indigenous Engagement at the University of Regina and the South Saskatchewan Community Foundation are hosting a panel discussion with local Indigenous leaders where you can ask questions about how you, as a settler, can play a role in Reconciliation.

Lori Campbell, U of R Vice-President of Indigenous Engagement, will be the host and moderator for the event. Panelists include: Alicia Morrow, a Cree woman from Peepeekisis First Nation on Treaty 4 Territory and founder and CVO of The Comeback Society; and Chasity Delorme, a Cree woman from Cowessess First Nation on Treaty 4 Territory and board member of the U of R Community Engagement and Research Centre.

You can register for the event here.

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