Six Nations Polytechnic, Ohsweken & Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford
To view the session recordings:
1. Go to http://www.oma.webcast.guru/
2. Once on the Archives page, click on the Indigenous Collections Symposium.
The Indigenous Collections Symposium held in March 2017 is Promising Practices, Challenging Issues and Changing the System. The ICS Webinar Series, held in February and March of 2017, provided context for the conversations that took place at the Symposium.
The OMA would like to thank the webinar speakers: Trudy Nicks, Senior Curator (Retired), Royal Ontario Museum; Paula Whitlow, Museum Director, Woodland Cultural Centre; Amos Key Jr., Director of First Nations Language Program, Woodland Cultural Centre; Krista McCracken, Archives Supervisor, Arthur A. Wishart Library and Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre, Algoma University; Alison Norman, Research Advisor; and Daniel Laxer, Research Advisor, Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation for presenting on: Museum Perspectives on the Task Force on Museums & First Peoples and the Recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission; An Introduction to Residential Schools in Ontario: Histories and Interpretation, and; The Indigenous History of Ontario.
Webinar 1: Museum Perspectives on the Task Force on Museums & First Peoples and the Recommendations on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Speakers: Trudy Nicks, Paula Whitlow
Date and Time: Tuesday, February 14, 2017, 12 PM EST
Webinar 2: An Introduction to Residential Schools in Ontario: Histories and Interpretation
Speakers: Amos Key Jr., Krista McCracken
Date and Time: Friday, February 24, 2017, 12 PM EST
Webinar 3: The Indigenous History of Ontario
Speakers: Daniel Laxer, Alison Norman
Date and Time: March 20, 2017, 1 PM EST