Anti-racism speaker series: Truth and reconciliation in everyday practice

last updated: November 24, 2021

The Psychology Graduate Students’ Association at the University of Regina invites you to the next session of the Anti-racism speaker series – Truth and reconciliation in everyday practice.

When: Tuesday November 30th, 2021 from 6:00-7:30 pm CST

Where: Please register at Eventbrite for the zoom link (please note, the zoom session will not be recorded)

Who: Annie Battiste is a proud Mi’kmaw woman and a member of Potlotek First Nation committed to social justice and Reconciliation within Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations in Saskatchewan. Annie will be presenting on the historical context and need for reconciliation in Canada with a focus on how attendees can engage in actionable reconciliation.

For Whom: All healthcare trainees and providers, students, or community members are invited to join us. Please feel free to invite your colleagues and friends to come learn together.

Cost: Free! Thanks to the event’s sponsor: SaskEnergy


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