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  • Dr. Tricia Logan steps into the role of interim Academic Director with the Centre
    The Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre is pleased to announce Dr. Tricia Logan as the interim Academic Director, a role she stepped into this fall. Dr. Logan, a Métis scholar, is cross-appointed with the School of Public Policy and Global Affairs. Since 2019, she has been part of […]
  • Wellness Drop-ins
    Beginning on November 29, the Centre invites Indigenous students, staff, faculty and community members to drop-in to the Centre on Tuesdays for tea or coffee (and goodies) with an Elder or Cultural Support Worker. This is a place to either take a wellness break, enjoy conversation, seek wisdom or all […]
  • NFB Film Series
    The Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre at UBC invites you to learn about the colonial history and ongoing impact of the Indian residential school system through this six-part film series, presented in partnership with the National Film Board of Canada (NFB). The series runs from September 15 through […]
  • Tsqelmucwilc: The Kamloops Indian Residential School—Resistance and a Reckoning
    Tuesday, October 11, 2022, 5:30 PM (Doors 5 PM) The Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre at UBC and Arsenal Pulp Press present a book launch and conversation featuring: Celia Haig-Brown (author)Randy Fred, Nuu-Chah-Nulth (contributor)Garry Gottfriedson, Secwepemc (contributor) In conversation with Kristin Kozar, Indian Residential School History and Dialogue […]
  • Musqueam artist Darryl Blyth creates unique Orange Shirt Day t-shirt design
    Darryl Blyth is an artist, graphic designer, and member of the Musqueam Nation. Darryl works as a graphic artist for a sign company and does freelance artwork and graphic design. He specialises in contemporary digital design for print and media and is also emerging as a traditional Salish artist. Darryl […]