Wa'tkwanonhwerá:ton. Welcome. Bienvenue.
Artwork: Returning to Ourselves by Elizabeth LaPensée
Wa'tkwanonhwerá:ton is a formal greeting in Kanien'kéha (Mohawk language) that means, 'Our minds greet yours.'
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Find out what is available to you at Concordia and further afield.
Read about some of the remarkable acheivements of Indigenous Concordia students and alumni.
Meet some of the faculty at Concordia who identify as Indigenous.
Learn more about Concordia's research on Indigenous issues, and the dedication of our faculty and students to effect change beyond the classroom.
Explore Concordia’s extensive collection of print and online library resources on Indigenous subject matter.
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It's important to use the correct terminology when talking about Indigenous peoples, as these terms connect people to specific nations, clans, cultures, languages, geographies, and histories.
Watch Inuk journalist Ossie Michelin explain the differences in terminology.
June 1, 2018
June Newsletter: IDLG Year-End Report
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Justice for Colten Vigil - Tues. Feb. 13th, 4:00 - 6:00pm @ Guy x. Maisoneuve
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