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Office of Aboriginal Initiatives

WATERLOO CAMPUS: Tom King, An Inconvenient Indian

Mar 21/13

photo credit: Hartley Goodweather
photo credit: Hartley Goodweather

Date: Mar 21/13
Time: 17:00 - 19:00
Location: Senate and Board Chambers, Waterloo Campus
Cost: FREE

Thomas King, a renowned storyteller, novelist and esteemed Native scholar, tells a tale like no one else. Tackling some of the most difficult events in our continent's history, The Inconvenient Indian is a once wide-ranging and inclusive - and always fascinating and fair. As he delicately balances the gravity of profoundly divisive issues with humour, optimism and intelligence, King both charms and informs.

The Inconvenient Indian is powerful, important reading for all Canadians.


Sponsored by EN309n, The Working Canadian Author; and the Office of Aboriginal Initiatives

Contact: Melissa Ireland
Phone: x4190

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