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Orange Shirt Day

The Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre and Anishinaabe Initiatives Division are partnering to present a virtual Orange Shirt Day event.
We will start with an introduction tothe Shingwauk site, and then move into a virtual tour of the Shingwauk site,

Shingwauk Residential School Centre (SRSC) Virtual Tour

Join Us as we tour Shingwauk Residential School Centre (SRSC) together! Here is the most recent copy of the virtual tour so you can follow along: http://liberty360.ca/Algoma/10/360.html
Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81887010400

Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall Behind The Scenes

This webinar will showcase the award winning Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall exhibition. It will discuss how the exhibition has been developed and what it means to reclaim and transform a former Residential School space. Participants will be given a behind the scenes look at curatorial decisions and future plans for the Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall project.

Propaganda in Residential Schools

Join Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre staff member Jenna Lemay for a look at the history and impact of Residential School propaganda.
This webinar looks at letter books, photographs, illustrations, student letters, and publications from the Shingwauk Residential School,

Sacred Medicines: 101

This is an opportunity to learn about the four sacred medicines that grow in this region.
Join Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre Director Elizabeth Edgar-Webkamigad to learn what these traditional medicines are, how to relate to them,

Cultural Diversity Day and Quarterly Talking Circle

May 21, 2020 is World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Bridging the gap between cultures is urgent and necessary for peace, stability and development. Cultural diversity is a driving force of development, not only with respect to economic growth,

Behind the Scenes: Reclaiming Shingwauk

Join us for a curatorial tour of the award winning Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall exhibition. This candid tour will discuss the development of the exhibition and allow participants to learn more about the history of the Shingwauk site.

Behind the Scenes: Reclaiming Shingwauk

Join us for a curatorial tour of the award winning Reclaiming Shingwauk Hall exhibition. This candid tour will discuss the development of the exhibition and allow participants to learn more about the history of the Shingwauk site.

International Women’s Week: Take Back the Campus

Members of Algoma University will march to end sexual violence, and unite with the vision of making our campus a safer environment to work, study, and grow. A keynote speaker will lead a discussion around sexual violence,

Public Lecture Featuring Lindsay Wong

The English department’s Algoma Reads course run by Dr. Alice Ridout will be hosting author Lindsay Wong. Lindsay’s novel, The Woo-Woo, was a finalist of 2019’s CBC Reads and she will be giving a public lecture on Tuesday,