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International Women's Day Events - Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women - Brock University

February 27, 2018

Brock University

 

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

 

THURSDAY, MARCH 8TH, 2018

 

The Red Dress Project

 

A day to raise awareness and honour Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada

 

All Are Welcome

 

3:00 PM, in Guernsey Market

Round Dance lead by Indigenous Women Drummers

 

4:00 – 6:00 PM, in AS room 215

Panel of Guest Speakers, including Dr. Robyn Bourgeois

Refreshments Provided

 

Life-Size Poster Display in Campus Building Hallways

 

Red Dress Project Art Installation

 

For more information please visit @WGSTBrockU on Facebook and Twitter

 

To request accommodation please contact humanrights@brocku.ca or 905 688 5550 x 6859

 

This event is organized in partnership with Aboriginal Student Services, BUSU Student Justice Centre, Human Rights and Equity office, Ontario Public Interest Research Group and Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies.

 

Including generous support from Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies, Graduate Students’ Association, Human Rights and Equity office, Ontario Public Interest Research Group, OSSTF District 35, Social Justice and Equity Studies, Student Life, Student Justice Centre, Tecumseh Centre of Aboriginal Research and Education, Vice-Provost Teaching, Learning and Student Success, Indigenous Solidarity Coalition, Brock Aboriginal Education Council, CUPE Local 4207 and more…

 

 

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