Women Through an Indigenous Lens: Catherine Martin
Monday March 8, 2021  1pm - 2pm (1 Hour )
Lecture / Seminar

Catherine Martin is a member of the Millbrook Mi’kmaw Community, Truro, NS. She is an independent international award winning film producer and director, a writer, facilitator, communications consultant, community activist, teacher, drummer, and the first Mi’kmaw woman filmmaker from the Atlantic region. She is now the first Director of Indigenous Community Relations at Dalhousie University. Producer of the NFB film, “The Spirit of Annie Mae”, she has been active in the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) movement, and is well-known throughout Atlantic Canada for her advocacy for Indigenous culture. She will speak on the MMIW and on the cultural significance of the Mi’kmaq peaked hat.

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This project has been made possible [in part] by the Government of Canada. Ce projet a été rendu possible [en partie] grâce au gouvernement du Canada. Ki'j ka na sulieway wejia'q koplnu'ltuk.


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Berwick, Nova Scotia

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