Be…In This Place: Cornerstones of Atlantic Canadian Citizenship

Sarah King's presentation “Be…In This Place: Cornerstones of Atlantic Canadian Citizenship” from the Beyond 150: Telling Our Stories Twitter Conference held in August 2017. 

By Sarah King. Follow Sarah on Twitter @KingSeraSera 

Posted August 25, 2017

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The “Beyond 150: Telling Our Stories” Twitter Conference was presented by Active HistoryUnwritten HistoriesCanada’s History Society, and the Wilson Institute.

The lead organizers were Andrea Eidinger of Unwritten Histories and Krista McCracken of Active History. 

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