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Cafe Collab Year End Showcase

12Apr201816:00
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19:00

Café Collab invites staff, students, faculty and community members to a Year-End Showcase.

"Tea for T" - Trans in the Academy Dinner and Art Workshop

6Apr201816:00
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We invite trans, two-spirit, gender nonconforming, nonbinary, and gender questioning folks folks to a community dinner and art-making workshop to share the experiences of being trans on university...

7th Annual Indigenous Awareness Week

18Sep201712:00
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22Sep201718:00

McGill University's Indigenous Awareness Week is designed to increase awareness at McGill about Indigenous peoples in Canada. The week honours the many Indigenous cultures across the country...

Voice, Speech, and Gender; Intro to Speech Feminization

21Nov201616:45
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Free hour-long introductory workshop designed for trans women, trans-feminine people, and others interested in learning more about gender markers in voice and communications & how to affect...

6th Annual Indigenous Awareness Week

19Sep201612:00
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23Sep201620:00

McGill University’s Indigenous Awareness Week is designed to increase awareness at McGill about Indigenous peoples in Canada. The week honours the many Indigenous cultures across the country...

Register for Community Engagement Day 2016!

15Aug2016
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18Sep201623:00

Organized by the Social Equity and Diversity Education (SEDE) office at McGill University, Community Engagement Day (CED) aims celebrate, expand on, and build new lasting relationships between...

Film Screening: Sex Spirit Strength

3Feb201618:00
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Film Screening & Discussion with director Courtney Montour and HIV educator Michael Keshane. ABOUT THE FILM:

5th Annual Indigenous Awareness Week

21Sep201512:00
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25Sep201517:00

McGill University’s Indigenous Awareness Week is designed to increase awareness at McGill about Indigenous peoples in Canada. The week honours the many Indigenous cultures across the country...

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Land Acknowledgment

Map of Montreal

McGill University is situated on the traditional territory of the Kanien’keha:ka, a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations. We recognize and respect the Kanien’keha:ka as the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which we meet today.* 

Recognizing the history of where you stand is important, and becoming increasingly common practice when hosting events and activities across Canada.

Here are a few tips to remember if you want to make a land acknowledgment before a class presentation, in a written document, or when hosting an event. 

 


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