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In the Media | 06.21.19

Vancouver Campus Community Action Day Celebrates Canada’s Indigenous Peoples

Adler University’s Vancouver Campus celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day, which takes place in Canada on June 21 every year, by coming together as a community for a day of action. Students and faculty volunteered their time during the festivities, which included music, dancing, and cultural performances.

Read more about Community Action Day in the Georgia Straight article, “National Indigenous Peoples Day will be in the Spotlight at Trout Lake and Vancouver School Board Office,” which highlighted Adler University’s involvement.

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