A craft talk on the process of sourcing lyrics in poetry
An Evening with Monia Mazigh and Barâa Arar
“Being a person of colour, being a Muslim woman who wears the hijab, or being anyone who identifies publicly with a minority group, that identity becomes politicized by others whether you like it or not.”—Barâa Arar
Three events are happening this June. Please join us!
Learn more of Vancouver’s history from the perspective of some of its most noted individuals, namely Mohawk poet E. Pauline Johnson and Squamish chief Joseph Capilano, Sunday, May 6, 3:00 to 5:00pm, at Historic Joy Kogawa House.