But is that what we are seeing? After Wet’su’weten, Black Lives Matter, the Mi’kmaq fisheries dispute, and, delays on the implementation on a national action plan to help stop the genocide of our Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls, where do we find hope?
Join Selkirk College in welcoming Tanya Talaga for her talk Rights Before Reconciliation.
- March 4, 2021 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
- Hosted virtually, broadcast from the Gathering Place
This Selkirk College event is part of the Truth and Justice Speaker Series co-presented with Indigenous Services, the Mir Centre for Peace, the Capitol Theatre and School District 8. This is one event among several scheduled the week of March 2 for an Indigenous Cultural Celebration.
Tickets NOW ON SALE through the Capitol Theatre. (250-352-6363)
- Adult - $15
- Senior - $10
- Student - $5
Tanya Talaga is Anishnabe and a journalist, and was a columnist for the Toronto Star. Tanya is the author of Seven Fallen Feathers, which was the winner of the RBC Taylor Prize, the Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing, and the First Nation Communities Read Award: Young Adult/Adult; a finalist for the Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Nonfiction Prize and the BC National Award for Nonfiction; CBC’s Nonfiction Book of the Year, a Globe and Mail Top 100 Book, and a national bestseller. She is also the author of the national bestseller All Our Relations: Finding The Path Forward.
For more information, contact Leah Lychowyd if you have any questions.