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Graduate nursing students partake in Reconcili-action workshop

On Sept. 6 and 7, graduate nursing students participated in an interactive workshop to help them understand the effects of colonization on Indigenous Peoples in Canada.

The workshop, Reconcili-action Begins with Education: Turtle Island Project Experiential Exercise for Graduate Nursing Students took grad students through the history between Indigenous Peoples and settlers, beginning before European settlers came to Turtle Island to present-day reconciliation efforts.

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