Aug. 21, Meeting #15 The Right to Be Cold

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Forest Lawn Library
Calgary, Alberta, CA

Posted by Aboriginal Pride with 12CSI.

Welcome to Treaty 7 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada!
Chapters & Chat Book Club Meeting #15
Book: The Right to Be Cold by Sheila Watt-Cloutier

Date: Aug. 21st 2017
Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm
Location: Forest Lawn Library - basement room
4807-8th Ave SE

Indigenous Pride of 12 Community Safety Initiative announced a new Chapters & Chat Book Club meeting since the launch of our club on June 21, 2016 as part of the Government of Canada's #IndigenousReads launch for Indigenous and non-Indigenous.

If you can not come but would like to be part of the club, feel free to post here in this Facebook event as you go through the books! We are about building up community, increasing Indigenous pride, creating safer spaces and reducing barriers.

Mahsi cho,

Michelle Robinson
Indigenous Liaison for 12 Community Safety Initiative
403-467-0856 cell/text
Mission: 12 Community Safety Initiative (12CSI) is a local crime prevention collaborative that will foster community action on the issue of crime prevention by providing support, facilitation and advocacy, thereby creating safer neighbourhoods for all who live, work and volunteer in the twelve communities of Abbeydale, Applewood, Penbrooke Meadows (Red Carpet), Marlborough Park, Marlborough, Forest Heights, Forest Lawn, Erinwoods, Dover, Radisson Heights/Mayland Park, Southview and Crossroads

Values: 12CSI, through the Planning Council, its Action Committees or its Task Teams, believes …

•Community members have the right to feel safe in their community,
•Every member of our diverse community has the right to be treated with dignity and respect
•A community working together is essential for crime prevention
Past events:
If you missed our first meeting June 21, 2016 with John Reilly as a guest speaker!

July 18 at the Library, discussing the book Bad Medicine by John Reilly. Past meeting:

Aug. 15th, meeting #3, we discussed the John Reilly book Bad Judgement. Past meeting:

Sept. 19th, meeting #4, we discussed Children of the Broken Treaty by Charlie Angus. Past meeting:

Oct. 17th, meeting #5, we discussed Urban Tribes by Lisa Charleyboy
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Nov. 21st, meeting #6, we discussed Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones
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Dec. 19, meeting #7, we discussed Birdie by Tracey Lindberg
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Jan. 16th, meeting #8, we discussed The Outside Circle by Patti LaBoucane-Benson, art by Kelly Mellings
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Feb. 13th, meeting #9, we discussed My Decade at Old Sun, My Lifetime of Hell by Arthur Bear Chief. This book is downloadable for free:
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Mar. 13th, meeting #10, we discussed Wenjack by Joseph Boyden
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Apr. 10th, meeting #11, we discussed All the Way by Jordin Tootoo
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May 8th, meeting #12, we discussed The Back of the Turtle by Thomas King
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June 12th, meeting #13, we discussed The Inconvenient Indian by Thomas King
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July 17th, meeting #14, we discussed Clearing the Plains by James Daschuk
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