Kinàmàgawin Symposium

Kinàmàgawin Symposium

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Thursday, February 08, 2024

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM | Add to calendar

Richcraft Building

1125 Colonel By Dr, Ottawa, ON

Contact Information

Lane Bourbonniere, 6135202600,



About this Event

Host Organization: The Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement

Hosted by the Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement, the Kinàmàgawin Symposium addresses timely topics—chosen by students—relevant to Indigenous peoples and empowers students, staff and faculty at Carleton to further their own knowledge and become a positive force for change.

The name Kinàmàgawin, which means Learning Together, is shared by the Kinàmàgawin report published by the Carleton University Strategic Indigenous Initiatives Committee in 2020. In 2022, the Kinàmàgawin Progress Report was released.

This year's symposium will discuss "Connecting to Indigenous Spirituality: Learning from the Land, Community, and Culture". This will be a day-long event where participants will learn from Indigenous community members and academics regarding this topic. Our keynote presenters are Shannon Chief, Ron Indian Mandamin, Mkomose (Dr. Andrew Judge), and Elder Barbara Bruce and Elder Charlotte Nolin.