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COMMUNITY-LED CONVERSATIONS in Kent Monkman’s Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience
Explore a variety of Indigenous perspectives in this series of tours of Kent Monkman’s Shame & Prejudice exhibition at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, led by Winnipeg community members:
Nov 29, 2019- Dr. Lisa Monkman, Anishinaabe Family Physician at the Access Downtown Medical Clinic speaks on issues concerning Indigenous health and wellness. (Chapter VII- The Res House/ Chapter VIII- Sickness and Healing/ Chapter IX- Urban Res)
Dec 13, 2019- Prairie Sky, a two-spirit member of Couchiching First Nation explores Kent Monkman’s gender-bending character, Miss Chief Eagle Testickle. (Chapter II- Fathers of Confederation)
Jan 24, 2020- Victoria McIntosh, a 3 generations residential school survivor from the Sagkeeng First Nation discusses Resilience, Reconciliation, and the Residential School Legacy. (Chapter V-Forcible Transfer of Children)