Where Are We in the World? is a series of films that feature sites around the Lower Mainland shaped by often ignored or hidden histories of struggle. The focus of this new initiative is to provide a strong foundation experientially to answer the question of “where” we are in terms of UBC and Vancouver as places on unceded Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh territory with often ignored or hidden histories of indigeneity and cultural diversity.
Date: Wednesday, March 18
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Location: Rm 100, 2125 Main Mall
Neville Scarfe Building – Lecture Block (Wayfinding at UBC)
A free event, everyone welcome.
Presenters: Sarah W.Y. Ling, Aboriginal Initiatives Graduate Academic Assistant and Amy Perreault, Coordinator of Aboriginal Initiatives – Centre for Teaching Learning and Technology
Where Are We in the World? was partially funded by the Equity Enhancement Fund. Do you have a great idea for a project to help make UBC a more equitable, diverse and inclusive campus but no idea how to fund it? Applications are being accepted until March 31 for the UBC Equity Enhancement Fund.
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