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We Are Reconciling
Mi’kmaq-designed and delivered course from Cape Breton U attracts thousands around the world.
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April 22, 2017
Alternatives Journal
Stephen Augustine lectures in the CBU classroom, while Bell Aliant broadcasts the course to be live online and permanently available to the public. See ajlinks.ca/CBUmooc. Credit: Courtesy of CBU

“Knowledge provides people and students a freedom – the freedom of choice to decide for themselves what our future could look like.”

– Stephen Augustine

Last year, the Knowledge Keepers of Mi’kma’ki and Cape Breton University worked together to offer a course about Indigenous Mi’kmaq history, culture and knowledge – designed and delivered by the Knowledge Keepers themselves.


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