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Tanya Talaga, All Our Relations: Finding the Path Forward

Mon., Mar. 21, 2022 6:30 p.m. - Mon., Mar. 21, 2022 9:30 p.m.

Location: Zoom

WGST & the UofR Women's Center Spring Equinox Event, Tanya Talaga, All Our Relations: Finding the Path Foward Screening the Film Spirits to Soar with discussion to follow

An award-winning journalist and author, and the First Ojibway woman to deliver the CBC Massey Lectures, Tanya Talaga is an acclaimed storyteller. Her book Seven Fallen Feathers, a national bestseller that introduced us to seven Indigenous high school students who mysteriously died in Thunder Bay, won the 2018 RBC Taylor Prize. In her powerful keynotes, Talaga shares Indigenous stories from across Canada and the world, humanizing the legacy of residential schools and colonization and sharing her hope for a more inclusive and equitable future.

Talaga is of Polish and Indigenous descent. Her great-grandmother was a residential school survivor and her great-grandfather was an Ojibwe trapper and labourer. For the past 20 years, Talaga has worked as a journalist, most recently as a columnist with the Toronto Star, and has been nominated five times for the Michener Award in public service journalism. From 2017-2018, Talaga was the Atkinson Fellow in Public Policy through The Canadian Journalism Foundation.

Talaga is also the bestselling author of two books All Our Relations: Finding The Path Forward and Seven Fallen

Date ( Add to your Calendar)
Monday, March 21, 2022
6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

How to Connect
Location TBA

Location and Zoom details - TBA
Classroom Talks in the morning and afternoon, more information to follow.

Contact
Darlene Juschka
306-585-5280
Darlene.Juschka@uregina.ca