WATER IS LIFE (But Many Can't Drink It)

Sunday, September 24, 2017 - 17:00
Convocation Hall
31 King's College Circle, Toronto, ON M5S 1A1
Toronto
Canada
CA

World Premiere of 'Boozhoo Manoomin'
A suite inspired by manoomin harvest composed and performed by Beverley McKiver featuring Melody McKiver & Ruhee Dewji

'Cultivating Resistance and Lighting the Eighth Fire: Challenging the Fossil Fuel Industry and Restoring Anishinaabe Economics' a talk by WINONA LADUKE

Winona LaDuke in conversation with members of the Onaman Collective: Erin-Marie Konsmo, Christi Belcourt, Isaac Murdoch

With Emcees: Karyn Recollet & Syrus Marcus Ware
 

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