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April 17, 2014
 
 
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Aboriginal Initiatives Winter 2014 Newsletter: TUNNGASUGIT

Aboriginal Initiatives Winter 2014 Newsletter: TUNNGASUGIT


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People as Books!  The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurierís Waterloo Campus People as Books! The first Indigenous Living Library event Hosted at Laurierís Waterloo Campus
(Headline - Mar 31)
CBC Radio Interview with Shawn Johnston, Vigil for Loretta Saunders CBC Radio Interview with Shawn Johnston, Vigil for Loretta Saunders
(Headline - Mar 27)
Office of Aboriginal Initiatives Celebrates Student Bursary Recipients of the SUNDANCe Award
(Notice - Mar 17)
University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University celebrate World Water Day with day of events
(News Release - Mar 14)
CBC Radio Interview with Shawn & Rachael (Moccasin Tales on Laurier Radio) CBC Radio Interview with Shawn & Rachael (Moccasin Tales on Laurier Radio)
(Headline - Mar 10)
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Darren Thomas, Wilfrid Laurier University - Brantford Campus Darren Thomas is a member of the Seneca Nation; he is a Bear Clan and he currently resides at the Grand River Territory of the Haudenosaunee. Darren currently is pursuing his PhD in community psychology and works part-time for Wilfrid Laurier University as the Indigenous Studies Liaison. His research has focused on First Nations community development, Indigenous research methodologies, suicide prevention and colonial trauma. He also has his own consulting firm and travels throughout North America delivering a motivational message to all people about trying to live up to their greatest expectations. Darren specializes in working with First Nations peoples, inspiring them to be proud of their heritage and take a rightful place in modern society. Darren utilizes humour in all his work as he feels we desperately need to lighten up and begin to enjoy life. Darren is an Orator, Mentor, Actor, as well as a Certified Hypnotherapist and Stage Hypnotist. Darren has over twenty years experience working in radio, education, addiction and community development.

Darren Thomas
Indigenous Studies Liaison,
Wilfrid Laurier University - Brantford Campus