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|Can-Am bringing award-winning Canadian author Catherine Hernandez to campus in March||2023-03-08|
|Screening of 'Returning Home' at the Pickford sponsored by WWU's Center for Canadian-American Studies||2022-10-11|
|Whatcom READS 2022 author Michael Christie to visit WWU March 4 for a writing workshop||2022-02-16|
|Lee Maracle, revolutionary Indigenous author and poet, dead at 71||
Poet, author and teacher Lee Maracle has died in Surrey, B.C., at the age of 71.
The award-winning writer and esteemed mentor garnered worldwide attention for her powerful writing and life-long efforts to fight Indigenous oppression in Canada.
Tributes are pouring into Maracle's…
|In Memoriam: Lee Maracle||2021-11-18|
|Journalist Brandi Morin presents about missing, murdered Indigenous women Oct. 12||2021-10-07|
|WWU's Center for Canadian-American Studies announces fall speaker slate||2021-10-01|
|WWU to co-host 'Reporting on Ecotopia: Cross-border environmental media in the Salish Sea & Cascadia' panel May 21||2021-05-17|
|In the age of working from home, COVID restrictions helped get this WWU internship off the ground||2021-04-21|
|WWU Center for Canadian-American Studies runs student photo contest||2021-04-02|