Indigenous Peoples March will be the first international march of its kind to unite the Indigenous peoples from across the world. We stand together to bring awareness to the injustices affecting Indigenous men, women and children as Indigenous peoples and lands from North, Central and South America as well as the Caribbean diaspora are a target of genocide.
National Indigenous Peoples Day (French: Journée nationale des peuples autochtones) is a day recognising and celebrating the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Indigenous peoples in Canada. The day was first celebrated as National Aboriginal Day in 1996, after it was proclaimed that year by then Governor General of Canada Roméo LeBlanc, to be celebrated on 21 June annually. 21 June was chosen as the statutory holiday for many reasons-including its cultural significance as the Summer Solstice, and the fact that it is a day on which many Indigenous peoples and communities traditionally celebrate their heritage. It was renamed in 2017.
When: Thursday, March 1st at 7:00pm
Where: And&And, 353 W 12 St
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Indigenous Voices is a quarterly series produced in partnership between Tribal Link Foundation and Sub Rosa. Donations collected at the event will serve to fund Tribal Link’s training programs for indigenous peoples.
There is no charge for this discussion, but donations to Tribal Link will be gratefully accepted in cash or through PayPal on Tribal Link's website.
Tribal Link Foundation is a non-governmental organization accredited with the U.N. and is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.