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Indigenous Labour Market Information Forum

Reconciling Labour Market Information is an inaugural forum that provides an opportunity to identify, discuss and acknowledge Indigenous Labour Market Information (LMI) in Canada. This important discussion will focus on how we, as LMI professionals, academic leaders, Indigenous communities, business groups and municipalities can work together to ensure equity, diversity, and inclusion with regards to LMI collection, dissemination and usage. This unique event provides an opportunity for the project team to demonstrate and gather feedback on its newly developed Indigenous LMI platform, a first-of-its-kind solution that documents and reports on Indigenous LMI. Register here.

Money Matters!

Join BIPOC United Support at Trent, and Trent International, in welcoming Shaun Sutherland for Money Matters! The event will take place over Zoom on the 24th of November, 2021 @ 6:00pm!This is an event to learn how to budget how to manage your money as BIPOC folks. We KNOW Money Matters — so each individual who comes to the event and engages with the event will be put into a raffle to win $100, $50 (2) or $25 (2) grocery gift-cards!Register here:

Pine Tree Talk Series: Residential School Policies and Stories

Virtual Event (Zoom)

With Elder Dr. Shirley Williams and Dr. John Milloy. Elder Dr. Shirley Williams is from the Wikwemikong First Nation on Manitoulin Island. She is professor emerita at Trent University and a foremost researcher, teacher and protector of Anishinaabemowin. She is the author of numerous books, including Shoolee: The Early Years and an upcoming book on her residential school experiences. Shirley attended residential school in Spanish, Ontario and she will share her experiences and stories from that time. Dr. John Milloy is a professor emeritus from Trent University. He is a leading scholar in the area of treaties and Canada’s residential…

“White Fragility” Zoom session with Nanette D. Massey

Virtual Event (Zoom)

Moving BEYOND The White Fragility Echo Chamber: “#ListenToBlackPeople” The book White Fragility has become a cultural touchstone for our time. Most white people, though, report having no regular contact with non-white people and can only discuss race in an “echo chamber” of other white frames of reference. Internet webinar technology to the rescue! With black workshop facilitator Nanette D. Massey of Buffalo, N.Y., this is your chance to contextualize race from an unfiltered, real world experience rather than theory. Frank and practical, Massey's goal is to leave audiences with self-clarity and the ability to participate in conversations within their own…