WHERE: 67 Erb Street W., Waterloo (Balsillie Multipurpose Room)
The Waterloo Centre for German Studies is hosting an event titled: "Drew Hayden Taylor's Search for Winnetou." This will be a screening of the CBC documentary "Searching for Winnetou" followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, Drew Hayden Taylor.
Sunday, October 14, 2018, 17:30 to Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 14:30
Hôtel – Musée Premières Nations
5 Place de la Rencontre
The Indigenous Speakers Series presents renowned author and teacher Lee Maracle, who will be joined by choreographer Bill Coleman for an integrated lecture/dance performance.
Every year in the fall, the Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre hosts a Pow Wow.
If you aren't sure what a Pow Wow is, consider it a coming together of the first peoples to celebrate and honour our traditional teachings.
We celebrate drumming, dancing and other elements of Indigenous culture, and we invite everyone to join us. Craft and food vendors are on site, and we often have different stations where visitors can go to learn about different aspects of Indigenous culture.
Please join us at Renison University College for a panel discussion on Race, Gender, and the University. Presented in partnership with HeForShe, the panel will address questions like: What does it mean to be a racialized woman in higher education today? How does gender and racial injustice define the university? What does it mean to decolonize the university based on gender equity?
Please join us for the next presentation of the University of Waterloo's Indigenous Speakers Series. Susan Hill (Indigenous Studies, University of Toronto), will be speaking about the Six Nations of the Grand River's land rights and her new book, The Clay We are Made of. There will be a book signing after her talk.
WHEN: February 13, 2018, 4:00 - 5:30
WHERE: Theatre of the Arts, University of Waterloo