“How Beautiful We Were” by Imbolo Mbue
Released on March 11, 2021, How Beautiful We Were is Imbolo Imbue's follow-up to her critically acclaimed debut novel, Behold the Dreamers. Like her debut novel, Imbue's follow-up is primarily concerned with amplifying the voices of those most hard-hit by corporate...
Being Salmon, Being Human: Norwegian Based Performance Enlivens and Restores our Senses
Photo Credit: Justina Brazaite “Being Salmon, Being Human”, a storytelling performance from Norway enlightened the stage at George Ignatieff Theater, at Univesity of Toronto, St. George campus on the evening of January 28th, 2020. The performance is based on a book...
“Belonging to the Lake” Unsettling Fisheries and Restoring Relations at Nipissing First Nation
Photo Credit: Nasreen. H On February 6th 2020, Nicole Latulippe presented at the University of Toronto as a part of a winter talk series titled, “All Our Relations”. This series shares stories and insights about water and de-colonial water governance from the...
Finding Our Way- Life Promotion Teachings with Dr. Debby Danard
Anishinabek traditional knowledge practitioner, Dr. Debby Wilson Danard, led life promotion sessions at Wilson Hall, New College at from October 29th-December 10th, 2019. During these sessions, many traditional teachings were shared as a way of encouraging...
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