by Tara MacIsaac, Communications Officer, MDCC

Our Collections, Our Stories, Our Communities

Over 500 students, community members and youth attended the first of three gatherings. Marjorie Gould (Left) listens alongside Elders and staff of the MDCC project, including Lillian Marshall, Shannon Googoo, Phyllis Googoo, Sister Dorothy Moore and Tim Bernard.

Last week’s Lecture Series at the Wagmatcook Culture and Heritage Centre drew an audience of over 500 Elders, community members, students and teachers who gathered to join a very important conversation that the Mi’kmawey Debert Cultural Centre (MDCC) project is bringing to the Nations’ communities. The purpose of the gathering was to share information about Mi’kmaw collections that are held in national and international museums and to engage communities by sharing in memories, community, and cultural ...

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