National Trafficking Awareness Day (February 22nd)
February 22nd is a day to encourage everyone to learn about the magnitude of modern-day slavery within Indigenous populations across Canada so that we can take steps to combat human trafficking.
Join the Chippewas of the Thames for a day of learning from keynote speakers Cambria Harris and Tracey Whiteye. There will be concurrent seminar break-out sessions throughout the day, followed by a special panel with Patti Shawnoo, Reta VanEvery, Hallie Abram, Marilyn Halfday, and MaryAnn Kechego.
Breakfast - Lunch & Dinner will be provided with a special performance after dinner.
Four Points by Sheraton London, 1150 Wellington Road London, ON N6E 1M3
February 22nd, 8:30 am - 7:00 pm
Free. Reserve your spot here
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