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Living Library Event Series

Living Library Event #2 - Sherri Darlene

Justice 4 Black Lives Niagara - A Conversation With Sherri Darlene

Sherri Darlene, Niagara region anti-racism activist and organizer, led a Justice 4 Black Lives protest with over 3,000 participants on June 6, 2020, in Niagara Falls, ON. Her Living Library discussion drew from her own experiences, as well as themes discussed in the books Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race & White FragilitySherri also led the College community through questions on systematic racism, anti-racism, and how to be an ally.

This event was held February 23, 2021, 1:30pm to 3:00pm.

Click HERE to access a video recording of the presentation. 

News Release: Niagara College Announcement

Living Library Event #1 - One Dish One Mic Podcast

One Dish One Mic FlyerWe Are All Treaty People: One Dish One Mic

One Dish One Mic podcasters, Sean VanderKlis and Karl Dockstader, won the Canadian Journalism Foundation-CBC Indigenous Fellowship Award in 2020. Their dynamic Living Library conversation touched on treaties, Indigenous land rights, and Canadian identify. 

This event was held in partnership with the Ministry of Indigenous Affairs and the Niagara College Indigenous Education department. December 1st, 2020, 2pm to 4pm.

Click HERE to access the video recording of the presentation. 

News Releases: Niagara College Announcement, Education News Canada


The views expressed by these speakers are their own and are not necessarily shared by ncLibraries & Learning Commons, Indigenous Education or Niagara College.

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