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What is Indigenous Science?

Elders in the Atrium

What is Indigenous Science? A Talk With Elders.

Elders and Knowledge Keepers from the Spark Advisory Circle are coming to Spark to share wisdom and stories in the atrium with guests!

Gather in Spark's Atrium from 1:00 - 2:00 PM and enjoy this on-going series that emphasizes Indigenous science and ways of knowing.

This is an open conversation with a Q&A – facilitated by Kori Czuy (Spark Manager, Indigenous Engagement).

There are so many ways to learn about science!

Elders in the Atrium is included in General Admission, or FREE with a Spark Membership.

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  • JUNE 15

Alice Kaquitts

Alice Kaquitts’ Iethka Nakoda name is Yumotata Mani, which translates closely to Grizzly Walker in the English language. She resides on the Stoney Indian Reserve in Morley and is a member of the Wesley First Nation. She is a mother, grandmother, knowledge keeper, and interpreter/translator of the Iethka Nakoda language. She currently holds a Social Work Diploma from Mount Royal University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Calgary.

Sacred Defenders of the Universe

Discover the hero inside of us all in this graphic novel adventure that follows four Indigenous superheres in their purpose to restore balance to the Earth.

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