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Indigenous and Muslim Perspectives on Peace Education

Feb. 16, 2023 7:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.

This online event (registrants will receive a Zoom link) is the fourth in a series of panels exploring Indigenous-Muslim perspectives on common issues of importance to the contemporary world. This two-hour online event explores Indigenous and Muslim perspectives on peace education. How do Elders pass on teachings about peace? What are the key concepts involved?   

Moderated by Dr. Katherine Bullock, this panel will feature Mohammed Abu-Nimer (School of International Service at the American University, Washington, DC.); Fatima Ahmed (Lakehead University); and Bonnie Jane Maracle (Wolf Clan, Mohawk Nation at Tyendinaga Territory, Traditional Teacher in Residence at UofT First Nations House).

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(Registrants will receive a Zoom link).

Visit the event page for bios.