2020 Donor Appreciation Event Details and RSVP
The Woodland Cultural Centre would like to thank all of our donors for their contributions to the Save The Evidence campaign. Their support is instrumental in helping us to reach our goals.
We invite all donors who have contributed $500 or more to attend our special Virtual Donor Appreciation Night.
Guest Speaker: Dr. Karine Duhamel
“Intergenerational trauma from the lens of Indigenous understandings of healing and truth”
Dr. Karine Duhamel is Anishinaabe-Métis and holds a Bachelor of Arts from Mount Allison University, a Bachelor of Education from Lakehead University and a Masters Degree and Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Manitoba. Dr. Duhamel was formerly Adjunct Professor at the University of Winnipeg where she developed and taught courses on the history and legacy of residential schools and Director of Research for Jerch Law Corporation, conducting research related to a number of cases related to the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement.
Most recently, Dr. Duhamel was Director of Research for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, drafting the Final Report, as well as managing the Forensic Document Review Project and the Legacy Archive. She is now an independent historian, consultant and curator working with groups across the country to foster awareness of Indigenous histories and contemporary issues.
Dr. Duhamel is a member of the Board of Directors for the International Council of Museums, a board member for the Facing History Board of Scholars, a Speaker for the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba and Co-Chair of the Expert Group on Indigenous Matters for the International Council of Archives.
SPECIAL CONTEST: To help us with the final push of Phase 2, we will be holding a special contest for everyone who makes a donation with the form below and the winner will be announced at the Virtual Donor Appreciation Event.
Everyone who makes a donation will be entered into a draw. Winner will be given a private in person tour of the restoration process inside the Mohawk Institute Residential School.(Please note: To properly qualify for the draw please use the donation form below so we can track the contest. Nya:weh)