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What I Learned in Class Today: Film Screening
September 21, 2022 @ 4:30 pm - 6:00 pmFree
Please join us for the official launch of the Renewed What I Learned in Class Today Student Perspectives film. The renewed film is a continuation of the 2007 Original Student Perspectives 20-minute film, a student led project that sparked university wide movements and conversations on Indigenous student experiences in the classroom and overall classroom climate when Indigenous topics are discussed.
The screening is a dedicated space for Indigenous students to gather, view the film, and share with one another. We look forward to screening the film in staff and faculty spaces in the near future. If you are a staff or faculty interested in future screenings, please sign up for the Indigenous Initiatives Newsletter or reach out to the e-mail below!
This event is being held in partnership with Indigenous Initiatives – Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, First Nations House of Learning, Indigenous Graduate Initiatives – Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies.
– Refreshments and snacks provided
– Introduction to What I Learned in Class Today Project
– Film Screening
– Moderated discussion with members of the project team and community
The Project team would like to extend gratitude and recognition to all students who bravely participated in the Renewed WILICT project and for their continued support. In addition, the project team recognizes that this event is being held on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm nation.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact Hannah Coderre at email@example.com.