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Water Is Life (But Many Can’t Drink It)

September 24, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Please GET YOUR TICKETS HERE and join us for:

World Premiere of ‘Boozhoo Manoomin’

A suite inspired by manoomin harvest composed and performed by Beverley McKiver featuring Melody McKiver

‘Cultivating Resistance and Lighting the Eighth Fire: Challenging the Fossil Fuel Industry and Restoring Anishinaabe Economics’ a talk by Winona LaDuke

Winona LaDuke in conversation with members of the Onaman Collective: Erin-Marie Konsmo, Christi Belcourt, Isaac Murdoch

With Emcees: Karyn Recollet & Syrus Marcus Ware

ASL provided

Donations welcome but not necessary. Please contribute what you can. Everyone welcome!

We hope to see you at Convocation Hall!

The Mooshkahan (they overflow/flood) Planning Committee

A community of artists, water protectors, university students, faculty and staff that came together to plan for Winona LaDuke’s visit to Tkaronto. Participants include Eve Tuck, Connor Pion, Karyn Recollet, Donna Ashamock, Michelle Murphy, Susan Blight, Julie Blair, Amy Desjarlais, Jennifer Murrin, Jennifer Sylvester, Deborah Cowen, Ellie Adekur, Sabrien Amrov, Sefanit Habtom, Pedro Moran Bonilla, Deanna Del Vecchio, Vern Ross, Jenny Blackbird, Dayna Scott and Lee Maracle.

This event is sponsored by Infrastructure Otherwise, the University of Toronto’s Office of Indigenous Initiatives, the Indigenous Education Network, New College at the University of Toronto, Great Lakes Waterworks, and the Indigenous Futurisms Project.


September 24, 2017
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Convocation Hall, University of Toronto
31 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON Canada
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