Keynote Presentation by Eddy Robinson

National Indigenous History Month
Jun 16

Join us for a keynote presentation by Eddy Robinson

Topic: The Journey of an Indigenous Student

In this presentation, Eddy shares his personal narrative of the struggles with his First Nations (Indigenous) identity and the allies who created safe spaces for him throughout his academic journey, from elementary to post-secondary.

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
11:30 am - 12:45 pm
Zoom Platform

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Meet Eddy Robinson

Eddy Robinson Anishinaabe/Mushkegowuk grew up living on the margin in Toronto. It wasn’t until his adult years that he really began to understand the legacy of his father’s experience at Residential School and how it directly impacted his life. A traditional Anishinaabe Vision Quest would imminently begin his journey towards understanding his Indigenous identity and he is now a noted educator, consultant, writer and speaker. He has presented to numerous First Nations, Indigenous communities, Educational and Corporate institutions as well as several Indigenous and non-Indigenous not for profit organizations. Amongst several interviews Mr. Robinson has appeared on National Geographic’s, The Story of God with Morgan Freeman, to share the Indigenous narrative and voice.

More information on Eddy Robinson can be found here.

Questions? Contact: 

Indigenous Student Services,

iess [at] mohawkcollege.ca (subject: Guest%20Speaker%3A%20Eddy%20Robinson%20, body: Hello%2C%20I'd%20like%20to%20more%20information%20on%20this%20session.)

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