Source: St. Mary's University
Viola Robinson and Catherine Martin on Aboriginal women making a better world
October 11, 2006
Robinson, a longtime advocate for Mi’kmaq people and for the advancement of
Aboriginal and treaty rights, will talk about Aboriginal women’s work to
make a better Canada and Nova Scotia on October 25.
Her talk is part of the 2006 Agnes Dennis Lecture, sponsored by the Nova
Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women and the Local Council of
Women of Halifax. Catherine Martin, a Mi’kmaw filmmaker and drummer, will
perform on the drum.
The lecture takes place October 25 at 7:00 PM, at the Scotiabank Conference
Theatre in the Sobey Building at Saint Mary’s University.
Generous support from Saint Mary’s makes the event possible.
Saint Mary's University is known for its community outreach projects, both
in Canada and around the world. Saint Mary's, founded in 1802, is home to
one of Canada's leading business schools, a Science Faculty widely known for
its cutting-edge research, a comprehensive and innovative Arts Faculty and a
vibrant Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research.
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