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Elder Diane Maytwayashing shares teachings about the Bannock Point petroforms with Land and Water participants.

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Join the Land and Water team, learn from the land

September 23, 2021 — 
Applications are now open for the Land and Water program, which offers immersive urban land-based experiences, and engaging online workshops and activities facilitated by Indigenous elders, knowledge holders, artists and others. 

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Resisting Coloniality in Winnipeg

August 17, 2021 — 
Resisting Coloniality in Winnipeg is a panel series that brings together some of the local community organizations and activists who are leading this important work in our city.

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Quilted fabric collage by Nicki Ferland | Working in Good Ways cover image

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Working in Good Ways: A framework for Indigenous community engagement now available for download

June 7, 2021 — 
The framework and accompanying set of resources are part of an Indigenous Initiatives funded project that focuses on building and caring for relationships with Indigenous communities.

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Explore Winnipeg this summer with Community Engaged Learning & the Virtual Community Centre

May 3, 2021 — 
The summer edition of Community Engaged Learning's Virtual Community Centre explores Winnipeg neighbourhoods and brings back the popular virtual cooking classes

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A group of people sitting on chairs in a circle, listening to Audrey Logan speak.

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Living on EIA: Myth vs. Reality

April 29, 2021 — 
Learn about the reality of living on Employment and Income Assistance from UM's Poverty Awareness and Community Action (PACA)

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Working in Good Ways: A framework for Indigenous community engagement available for download on May 27

April 26, 2021 — 
Community Engaged Learning (CEL) is launching a free downloadable framework guide for working in a good ways with Indigenous communities on Thursday, May 27, 12 pm.

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Learn about social change and justice with Community Engaged Learning

April 20, 2021 — 
Learning in and with the community enriches a student’s education beyond the theory they learn in lectures. It fosters new, versatile ways of thinking about the world around us and understanding our role in it

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Canadian Museum of Human Rights building with a blue sky background, with a snowy foreground and the downtown skyline in the distance.

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Poverty Awareness & Community Action (PACA): Experiencing Poverty During COVID-19

February 2, 2021 — 
As part of a series on poverty awareness, meet Carol and learn how COVID-19 has affected those experiencing poverty.

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3 reasons you should join the COVID-19 Virtual Community Centre 

January 27, 2021 — 
Learn more about a new Community Engaged Learning program where you can meet other students and learn new skills

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Principles for working in good ways with Indigenous communities

January 11, 2021 — 
Community Engaged Learning is inviting UM staff and faculty members to explore 10 principles for working in good ways with Indigenous communities as part a new virtual Lunch and Learn series on Indigenous community engagement

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