with Maurice Switzer, Alderville First Nation
LIVE via ZOOM
Maurice Switzer, Bnesi, examines the relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Europeans that made possible the peaceful settlement of Canada. Advance questions are welcome; please send your questions to email@example.com.
A citizen of Alderville First Nation and grandson of Chief Moses Muskrat Marsden, Maurice Switzer, Bnesi, lives in North Bay and is a member of the Washushk (Mississauga) and Okwaho (Kanien'keha) clans. He is chair of Nipissing University's Indigenous Council on Education and president of North Bay's Indigenous Friendship Centre. He has been an Ontario Human Rights Commissioner, editor, and publisher at five Canadian daily newspapers, communications director for the Assembly of First Nations and Union of Ontario Indians, and adjunct professor on the Laurentian University campus.
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AGE GROUP: | Adult |
EVENT TYPE: | Arts, Culture & Heritage |
TAGS: | srmonth | indigenous |
|Mon, May 29||12:00AM to 11:45PM|
|Tue, May 30||12:00AM to 11:45PM|
|Wed, May 31||12:00AM to 11:45PM|
|Thu, Jun 01||12:00AM to 11:45PM|
|Fri, Jun 02||12:00AM to 11:45PM|
|Sat, Jun 03||12:00AM to 11:45PM|
|Sun, Jun 04||12:00AM to 11:45PM|