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Immersive Stories: November 2

Immersive Stories about Diversity and Inclusion, November 2, 2022

About our guest

 Photo of Joanna White

As the Indigenous Curriculum & Cultural Advisor for the Department of Community Services, Joanna White works with faculty to incorporate Indigenous perspectives and ways of teaching, learning, and helping into curriculum. She also facilitates learning and sharing circles for faculty, staff, and students rooted in Anishinaabe culture.

Ask me about...

  • In-between spaces: Trauma to Healing
  • Healing Journey rooted in Anishinabe culture
  • Cultivating Relationship 
  • Intergenerational Resistance and Wisdom
  • Indigegogy​ & Truth and Reconciliation

Event Registration

The Immersive Stories program will offer participants a first-hand opportunity to gain more knowledge and understanding about multi-layered socio-cultural identities and lived experiences. This will contribute to an enhanced skillset that will help them to regularly check their personal, social and cultural assumptions, and manage quick conclusions and judgments. This in turn will contribute to our efforts to foster a diverse and inclusive College environment for students and faculty.

Register to attend this Immersive Stories session.

In order to create a safe and brave space for presenters and participants, participants can attend these sessions live in-person or live streamed; they will not be recorded.

Story Teller: Joanna White
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022, 12 - 1pm
Location: eTV Studio, Immersion Room (GM-33,main floor), NDC & Live-Streamed
Host: Kaleigh Quinn

 

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