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This session continues a conversation about how research and creative activity at the University of Lethbridge can respond to the calls to action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. We hope to hear about how different projects on campus are currently engaged in this work, how students and local organizations can get involved, and what kinds of approaches researchers and communities alike are finding successful.
Everyone is welcome, especially community members, representatives of community organizations, alumni, students, faculty, and others interested in research or creative activity.
Visitor pay parking is available in Lot C between the bus loop and residences on campus.
For more information, please have a look at the following resources:
TRC Findings, Principles, and Calls to Action
TRC Commissioner Wilton Little Child at University of Lethbridge (March 2016):
National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation Resources
Aboriginal Research Statement of Principles (SSHRC)