Title: What Is The Future Of Idle No More?
Location: The Bullring, U of G campus
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Description: Idle No More is a positive, spiritual and peaceful movement for Indigenous sovereignty , human rights and the environment. How has this grassroots movement changed our discourse, action and politics? What is the future of the movement?
Come and join the discussion!
Event includes drumming with Wiijii Numgumook Kwe, discussion, and speakers.
Rebeka Tabobodung is a community documentary filmmaker, poet, Indigenous knowledge researcher, publisher of Muskrat magazine and active in Idle No More Toronto. Her latest work documents traditional birth knowledge from Wasauksing First Nation where she is a member.
This event is sponsored by: the Aboriginal Students Association, Campus Ubuntu, OPIRG-Guelph, Council of Canadians-Guelph, Grand River Metis Council, and the Aboriginal Resource Center – Student Life.
Start Date: 2014-03-18
Start Time: 19:;00
End Date: 2014-03-18
End Time: 21:00