Public lecture by PhD Candidate (OISIE) and President of New Brunswick’s Black History Society Mary Louise McCarthy. Her talk is entitled: “Shades: A Black Woman’s Narrative of Death and Segregation in New Brunswick.”
Join us for this special event which will register and celebrate that students, faculty, and staff have read and heard the 94 Calls to Action in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report. It also launches a series of year-long events that will address how St. Thomas University can participate in meeting demands articulated by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
This Public Reading will announce that St. Thomas University is a place where reconciliation can take place for healing, learning from each other, and shaping a community unique to New
Brunswick and Canada. A reception featuring Indigenous music and art will follow the reading.
To learn more, see the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation at www.nctr.ca.
Sponsored by Senate Ad-Hoc Committee on Indigenization
Come and celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8th , 2017. Reproductive Justice New Brunswick and Women’s March on Washington-Fredericton are holding a dance party at Klub Khrome located at 375 King St in Fredericton. Everyone is welcome to join! It’s free but donations are encouraged.
Venez célébrer avec nous la Journée internationale des femmes le 8 mars 2017. Justice Reproductive Nouveau-Brunswick et le groupe de la Marche des femmes sur Washington organisent une danse au Klub Khrome, situé au 375, rue King à Fredericton. Tout le monde est invité! C’est gratuit, mais les dons sont encouragés.