Stories

Paulette Regan

Program on Dispute Resolution Speaker Series: Unsettling the Settler Within

Recent research indicates that how people learn about historical injustices and human rights violations is as important as learning the truth about what happened. Although Indian residential schools existed for well over a century in Canada, most Canadians say they know little or nothing about them…

Harjo and Mitchell

A Night of Music and Storytelling with Joy Harjo and Larry Mitchell

This is your last chance to see Longhouse Artist in Residence Joy Harjo perform. Join us in Sty-Wet-Tan Hall of the UBC First Nations Longhouse for a night of music and storytelling…

Wings of Night Sky, Wings of Morning Light

From musician, poet, and playwright Joy Harjo (Mvskoke) comes a deeply compelling journey of struggle, displacement, self-discovery, and healing…

Aboriginal Youth Circle

Aboriginal Youth Circle Brings Together Youth from Across the Province

Aboriginal youth from across the province are being brought together by the UBC Division of Aboriginal People’s Health to engage with peers and role models, and they don’t even have to leave their home communities…

Joy Harjo

Joy Harjo at the Chan Centre

Joy Harjo, internationally-known poet, performer, writer, and saxophone player of the Mvskoke/Creek Nation, will be performing at the Chan Centre in an event called “We Were There When Jazz Was Invented.”

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