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Instruction through Conversations, Conferences and Ceremonies
Allen Brant (Anataras), Isaac Day, Mark Dockstator, Vern Douglas, Jackie LeBonte, Dan Longboat, Jan Longboat, Edna Manitowabi, Suni Maracle, Gina McIntee, Marrie Mumford, Herb Nabigon, David Newhouse, Mark Phillips, Wendy Phillips, Betson Prince, Louise Ripley, Gerrard Sagassige, Kelly Stanhope, Cathy Taylor, Stanford Taylor, Michael Thrasher, Spencer Warren, Doug Williams, Eva Williams, Shirley Williams.
 
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“Song of Métis Women”. Conference. Ancaster, Ontario. Featuring: Beth Brant, Lee Maracle, Debra McGreggor. 1999.
 
 “Silent Memories”. Conference. Niagara On The Lake, Ontario. Featuring: Geraldine Standup, Lee Maracle, Dawn Hill, Annette Chretien. 2003.
 
“Annishabe Kwe Mikkum Project”. Hamilton, Ontario. Featuring: Walter Cook, Roger LaForm, Isaac Day, Kika Moyer, Sandy Montour, Jackie LeBonte, Karen McNaughton. 2003.

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