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Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Canadian Senior Presenter at Free Treaties Week Talk!

Elder Dr. Redbird Speaker for Free Treaties Week Talk

November 1-7 is Treaties Recognition Week - a time to increase our education about the treaties of Canadian First Nations. In celebration of Treaties Recognition Week, the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs is hosting a series of free virtual events to increase understanding and awareness around the ongoing importance of treaties and the treaty relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. Join Dr. Duke Redbird for this engaging presentation. Red, Right and True: An Indigenous Worldview on November5th 2021 from 10:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m. EDT
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Dr. Duke Redbird
 Recommended for: secondary and post-secondary students and the public.

 About Duke Redbird: 

 Dr. Duke Redbird is an elder, poet, activist, educator, and artist. He holds a Master's degree from York University and received an Honorary Doctorate from the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) University in 2013. He occupies the position as Elder with the following organizations: Myseum Toronto, The Toronto Biennial, Summer Works, the Toronto Arts Council's Banff Leaders Lab, and is Artist in Residence with the Urban Indigenous Education Centre at the Toronto District School Board.   

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