The Aboriginal Women's Leadership Circle at Women's Worlds 2011 is proud to present
Monday, July 4 · 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Alumni Auditorium, University of Ottawa, Jock Turcot University Centre, Main Floor
85 University Private
Event is free, venue is wheelchair accessible.
Featuring art installations from the REDress Project, and selected pieces from
Feminist Métis Erin Konsmo, the evening will also feature presentations from
the grand prize winners of the Young Aboriginal Women's Creative Essay Contest.
There will be an interactive talk with host Jessica Yee, Executive Director of
the Native Youth Sexual Health Network with special guests:
Lee Maracle, Sto:lo - award-winning author, playwright, teacher, and artist
We will then end the evening with a musical performance from Alida Kinnie Starr,
Mixed Blood Mohawk, who is a producer/rapper/poet/singer.
She is inspired by genuine human contact, difficult conversations, rhythm, hip hop,
and the tension between old school and new school ways of thinking.