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Presented as part of the National Film Board Indigenous Film Series and Indigenous Awareness Month. Directed by Christine Welsh (click here for Film Synopsis).
This event is open to all Niagara College students, faculty, staff, and community members. The Core is located in the Athletic Wing on the ground floor right beside the gym at the Welland Campus.
Speaker Bio: Alkiie Froman comes from Six Nations of the Grand River and is Mohawk Turtle clan. She is passionate about her education as well as her traditions. When she is not studying for her International Business Administration program she is actively involved across both campuses, volunteering for various campaigns. She is a strong advocate for the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and men, and has held various workshops across the Niagara Region creating awareness for the non-Indigenous community, initially fortifying strong allied bonds in order to have true reconciliation for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit communities.
Event is being held in partnership with the National Film of Canada, Niagara College Libraries + Learning Commons, Niagara College Student Administrative Council, and Be World Ready.