November 7th, 2019 – UBC Indigenous Student Experiences

We are joined in circle by a host of Indigenous students to talk to us about their experiences transitioning to a large university from their home communities. The students discussed their experiences accessing services, living away from home, and being an Indigenous person in a large-scale academic setting. Please join us!

Thank you for everyone’s interest and participation! 

This session’s video is now available for viewing.

Thank you to everyone for your continued interest in our events.

We would like to reiterate that everyone is welcome to our UBCLC sessions.

Our events aim to embody a safe space for everyone of all different backgrounds to have their opinions and voices equally heard.

Date: Thursday, Nov 7th, 2019 (PST)
Time: 10 a.m. to 11:30 am
Where: Videoconference OR internet webinar.
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Thank you Tiana and Siera for sharing your student experiences!

About the Presenters:


Tiana Bone is Anishinaabe from Treaty 2 territory in Manitoba. Tiana is in her fourth year at UBC studying a Bachelors of Arts, double-majoring in First Nations and Indigenous studies and English Literature.


Siera Stonechild is Cree from Red Deer Alberta. Her major was history and her band is Muscowpetung in the Fort Qu’appelle Valley, Saskatchewan.

Wenonah North Peigan is Blackfoot and a member of the Piikani Nation, located in Treaty 7 territory in Southern Alberta. She is in her third year at UBC studying Political Science with a minor in Anthropology.


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