NOW editors pick a trio of this weeks cant-miss events

Essential thinker John Ralston Saul continues his exploration of the relationship between natives and non-natives in his new book, The.


Essential thinker John Ralston Saul continues his exploration of the relationship between natives and non-natives in his new book, The Comeback ($28, Viking). He reads from and discusses the book at a funder for the Native Canadian Centre on Wednesday (November 12) at the Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles West. Proceeds go to the Centres Memory, Meaning-Making & Collections Program, which supports elders seeking to reclaim traditional artifacts from museums and to recover languages lost during years at residential schools. $10. @johnralstonsaul

Tibetan artist Tenzing Rigdols powerful work and politics come into focus in Bringing Tibet Home, a documentary screening Saturday (November 8) at Propeller Coffee, 50 Wade. The film won the Jury des Jeunes Europeens award at the Festival International de Programmes Audio-visuels last January. A Q&A with filmmaker Tenzin Tsetan Choklay follows. Proceeds to Students for a Free Tibet. $20. ugen@studentsforafreetibet.org

A lecture by author and U of T Holocaust studies professor Doris L. Bergen on Kristallnacht and a candle-lighting ceremony caps Holocaust Education Week commemorations at Beth Tzedec Congregation on Sunday (November 9). Free. 7:30 pm. 1700 Bathurst. holocaustcentre.com

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