McGill featured in K1037 Tetewatha:ren Partyline Talk Show

On June 18th, K103.7 FM featured two guests from McGill on their show, Tetewatha:ren Partyline Talk ShowK103.7 FM – CKRK – is a community radio station serving Kahnawake since we began operation on March 31, 1981. Their goal is to be an information source for Kahnawakero:non and our neighbours in the Montreal area.
In the first segment,  Jacques T. Watso (Councillor for the Abenaki Council of Odanak) and Christopher Manfredi (Provost and Vice-Principal, Academic of McGill University)were invited to speak on the partnership agreement between McGill University’s Gault Nature Reserve and the Grand Conseil de la Nation Waban-Aki.
Following their discussion, Suzanne Sauvage (President and Chief Executive Officer at the McCord Museum) discusses how the McCord Museum is establishing a permanent Indigenous advisory committee, whose primary focus is to take an informed, cross-disciplinary look at the Museum’s indigenization initiatives.

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