031-2017 : Lecture will explore impact on First Nations of Mohawk Institute and other residential schools
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031-2017 : Lecture will explore impact on First Nations of Mohawk Institute and other residential schools


Wilfrid Laurier University news release announcing a public lecture by Amos Key Jr., First Nations language director of the Woodland Cultural Centre, entitled "Saving the Evidence to Save the Witness”. This is the fifth in a series of free lectures about residential schools and the results of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Includes information about The Mohawk Institute Indian Residential School, the lecture series and it's sponsors, and the Woodland Cultural Centre.