The fourth in a series of free public lectures on the history of Residential Schools and the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Amos Key Jr. is First Nations Language Director of the Woodland Cultural Centre and an assistant professor at the University of Toronto. His is a staunch advocate of the rights of indigenous people and promotes social change, social enterprise and entrepreneurship to improve the lives of indigenous people.
This event is organized by Friends and Neighbours, a grassroots committee supporting the Woodland Cultural Centre and its Save the Evidence Campaign in Brantford, Ontario and offered in partnership with Laurier Brantford.
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