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September 1, 2021

In Conversation with Duke Redbird and Tanya Senk

A conversation between Elder Duke Redbird & System Superintendent of Indigenous Education in the Toronto District School Board, Tanya Senk.

What were you taught about Indigenous history and culture in school? What were you not taught?

As more conversations surrounding Indigenous history and culture are happening locally, nationally, and globally we invite you to join us for this intimate conversation between Elder Duke Redbird and Tanya Senk which will be moderated by Kerry Potts.

This conversation will explore the current gaps that exist and speak to the critical importance of Indigenous education within the curriculum. 

This conversation is part of the [Wigwam Chi-Chemung](http://This conversation is part of the Wigwam Chi-Chemung Indigenous Interpretive Learning Centre and Floating Art Installation in partnership with Elder Duke Redbird.) Indigenous Interpretive Learning Centre and Floating Art Installation in partnership with Elder Duke Redbird. 

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  • Live Captioning will be provided. 
  • ASL for the live event will not be provided, however ASL will be provided in an edited video of the program. Please register for this event to receive an email of the video recording, which you should receive 2-3 weeks following the event.
  • If you have any additional requirements or accommodations, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate.