Carleton University acknowledges the location of its campus on the traditional, unceded territories of the Algonquin nation. In doing so, Carleton acknowledges it has a responsibility to the Algonquin people and a responsibility to adhere to Algonquin cultural protocols.

During National Indigenous History Month, we are celebrating the rich and diverse cultures, voices and experiences of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people who are positively impacting the world.

Learn how the Carleton community has taken important steps towards integrating Indigenous history, experiences, and ways of knowing into all areas of campus life and how you can learn and engage in Indigenous history and culture throughout the month and beyond.


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Kinàmàgawin Indigenous Learning Certificate

The Centre for Indigenous Support and Community Engagement is proud to present the Kinàmàgawin Indigenous Learning Certificate. Within the series, four sessions will discuss anti-Indigenous racism in Canada, institutional anti-indigenous racism and education, Indigenous student experiences and the Centre for Indigenous Initiatives, and practicing allyship and righting relations.

The workshops are 3 hours in length and are offered in the fall and winter terms. Currently, these workshops are only being offered to Carleton faculty and staff.

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