Mark your calendars for a unique series of presentations set out to inform and educate all of us in respect of a variety of First Nation issues we are confronted with.
Jim & Marjorie Dawson (Co-Chairs of the District 7090 HIP Cttee) are co-ordinating a joint initiative between Grace United Church in Port Dover and our own Rotary Club of Norfolk Sunrise, to bring us four informed speakers who will add some objectivity to four special topics. For information about pre-registering and pre-paying for this Zoom on-line, speaker series, please follow this link
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Additional details are at this link but you may wish to set aside some Zoom-time at 7-8 pm on 29 Sept, 13 Oct, 27 Oct and 10 Nov.
The event will be widely opened to the public - all are welcomed.
29 Sept - Amos Key Jr from Univ of Toronto Centre for Indigenous Studies - Building Respectful Relationships
13 Oct  - Bryant Peters - What you Need to Know about The Indian Act
27 Oct  - Steven Greyeyes from the National Centre for Truth & Reconciliation - Residential Schools: History & Reconciliation
10 Nov - Renee Thomas-Hill; a Six Nations Elder - Living in Two Worlds