In Conversation with Duke Redbird and David Crombie
Myseum of Toronto presents an online conversation between Elder Duke Redbird and former Mayor David Crombie that reflects on Toronto’s history and Indigenous/Settler relations.
October 15 from 1-2:30 pm ET. Free.
Register online: http://www.myseumoftoronto.com/programming/in-conversation-with-duke-redbird-and-david-crombie/
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Words Across Canada: Decolonizing Chilren’s Literature
The Word On The Street Toronto presents an author talk.
Children’s authors Jenny Kay Dupuis (I Am Not a Number), Christy Jordan-Fenton (Fatty Legs), and Rebecca Thomas (I’m Finding My Talk) discuss writing that confronts colonial oppression and empowers young readers to imagine better futures. Sep 15 at 8 pm. $15 or pwyc. Register at eventbrite.ca.
From September 10-27, Words Across Canada presents Canadian and Indigenous authors from across the country. This Words Across Canada event is presented by The Word On The Street Toronto in partnership with Wild Words North and The Word On The Street Halifax. Visit Another Story Bookshop to shop for Words Across Canada series books including I Am Not a Number, Fatty Legs, and I’m Finding My Talk.
Virtual 2 Rivers Remix 2020
Buffy Sainte-Marie and a galaxy of award-winning Indigenous artists including: Kinnie Starr, Snotty Nosed Rez Kids, PiqSiq and Shawnee are all streaming at 2 Rivers Remix 2020, Online Feast of Contemporary Indigenous Music, September 4 • 5 • 6 . FREE Registration to view event stream. Full lineup will be announced soon, see virtualfeast.ca