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Nipnikús (June) — “Leaves in Full Blossom”: Reflections on National Indigenous History Month

Nipnikús (June) — “Leaves in Full Blossom”: Reflections on National Indigenous History Month

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Genevieve MacIntyre
Thursday, June 25, 2020
TYP and Creative Writing instructor Lesley Choyce has recently reached an incredible literary milestone: the publishing of his 100th book. Read our Q&A with Choyce about his work and career and how he keeps up such an incredible pace as a writer.
Matt Reeder
Friday, June 12, 2020
Dal and community voices shared perspectives on this historic moment in the crusade for justice against anti-Black racism in a virtual forum organized by Dalhousie’s Office of the Vice-Provost, Equity & Inclusion / Human Rights and Equity Services, the Dalhousie Student Union and the Black Faculty & Staff Caucus.
Erica Gagnon
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Members of the Dal community united last Thursday for a virtual Ramadan Iftar, marking the end of the traditional fast with an event that included a special meal delivered to students still living in residence.

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Genevieve MacIntyre
Thursday, June 25, 2020
TYP and Creative Writing instructor Lesley Choyce has recently reached an incredible literary milestone: the publishing of his 100th book. Read our Q&A with Choyce about his work and career and how he keeps up such an incredible pace as a writer.
Cathy Martin
Friday, June 19, 2020
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Margaret Robinson
Friday, June 19, 2020
Indigenous Studies Coordinator Margaret Robinson writes about how the Maritimes' historic hospitality has a legacy that stretches back much further thank you might think. It's rooted in Mi’kmaw hospitality, and embedded in the land from which it springs.
Matt Reeder
Thursday, June 18, 2020
Several recent high-profile cases of Black and Indigenous individuals killed by police in Canada and the U.S. have heightened scrutiny on law enforcement agencies and their tactics. Dal prof Timothy Bryan shares his thoughts on the protest movement and possibilities for police reform.
Michele Charlton
Thursday, June 18, 2020
A new accelerator program at Dalhousie, Ready2Launch, is helping to launch student-led businesses while teaching innovation and entrepreneurial skills.