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Restoring Indigenous Knowledge and Building Community Connections

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Laurier-Faculty of Social Work

120 Duke Street West

Kitchener, ON N2H 6P6

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This gathering is brought to you by the Centre for Indigegogy at the Laurier Faculty of Social Work in partnership with Laurier Indigenous Initiatives, Healing of Seven Generations, Conestoga College Aboriginal Services and Wilfrid Laurier University

The purpose of this two-day gathering is to connect Indigenous Knowledge Keepers with Indigenous educators, students and the community.

This gathering offers traditional teachings and workshops by Indigenous Knowledge Keepers. Saturday begins with ceremony, song and a keynote address by Mohawk Knowledge Keeper Peter Isaacs and Sunday begins with ceremony, song and keynote address by Anishinaabe Knowledge Keeper Banakonda Kennedy-Kish (Bell).

The two day program is full of 20 amazing Indigenous knowledge keepers.

  • Registration for workshops will occur onsite

  • Light breakfast and lunch will be provided- please bring your feast bundles.

  • This is a free event

  • Please register for the 2 days seperately on Eventbrite

This event was supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

Speakers: TBA

Visit our website: https://conferences.wlu.ca/knowledge-keepers-gathering/

Questions or comments?
Email: indigegogy@wlu.ca
Phone: 519-884-0710 ext. 5226


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