Indigecation Book Club – Winnipegger’s Dismantling Stereotypes

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Author alnationtalk
Start Date/Time 18th Jun Tue PM 6:30 (GMT 0)
End Date/Time 18th Jun Tue PM 8:30 (GMT 0)
Location Winnipeg, MB
Type Private
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Indigecation Book Club – Winnipegger’s Dismantling Stereotypes

Date and time
Tuesday, June 18 · 6:30 – 8:30pm CDT

185 Smith Street #3 Winnipeg, MB R3B 2H1 Canada

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No Refund

About this event

(This event is a 4 – week series; June 18, 25, July 2 and July 9, 2024)

Welcome to our second indigecation Book Club event where Winnipegger’s come together to Dismantle Stereotypes!

Are you curious about Indigenous perspectives or have questions you’ve wondered about, but don’t know who to ask? Are you afraid to ask questions because you don’t want to offend anyone?

Join us on Tue Jun 18 2024 at 18:30 at Lavanda Café for an evening of insightful discussions and community building as we walk together along the path of Reconciliation.

Together we will read They Called Me Number One written by Bev Sellars, a moving memoir of her time spent away from her family to attend Residential School, just as her mother had done, and her mother had done before her.

Let’s come together to challenge and break down harmful stereotypes surrounding Indigenous Peoples in Winnipeg. Bring your open mind and enthusiasm for learning as we dive into and unpack thought-provoking literature and share our perspectives.

See you there!

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