The Micah Centre and MASS student group is hosting a week of justice, poverty, and reconciliation-themed activities, workshops, chapel, and a public event. We hope to make space for our students and wider community to wonder together how we might heed the prophet Micah's call to 'do justice and love mercy' globally and here at home.
Activist and social innovator Shaun Loney, author of An Army of Problem Solvers: Reconciliation and the Solutions Economy, will join us on the 25 for several events and a public lecture, co-hosted by CLAC and the Leder School of Busines.
Faculty Panel: Making Things Right.
Listen to King’s Faculty reflect on their personal journeys of justice, and how you can respond to the call to “do justice” in your own lives. Featuring: Dr. Gerda Kits, Dr. Margie Patrick, Dr. Vern Peters, and Jodi Lammiman.
Snacks will be provided by the SA
The Blanket Exercise was developed in partnership with Indigenous elders, to bring awareness, knowledge, and reconciliation between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people.
Michelle Nieviadomy, from the Native Healing Centre in Edmonton, will running the blanket exercise.
Making Things Right for Indigenous Education Funding in Canada
The Centre for Public Dialogue will be presenting their campaign for Education Together.
Education Together advocates for adequate, and equal funding for Indigenous children, and schools. As well as full engagement amongst communities, and elders.
Join Sahar Vardi and Tarek Al-Zoughbi as they discuss the current context, ongoing challenges, and how they are working towards a just peace in Israel and Palestine.