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Indigenous Studies (on Zoom) Exploring Reconciliation

Wednesday, April 26, 2023, 1:00 PM until 2:30 PM
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Kerry Baisley, a member of the Metis Nation of BC and a Missioner for Indigenous Justice at the Anglican Church Diocese of New Westminster, has curated this series of 4 talks from the Nanaimo-Ladysmith School District response to the TRC Call to Action 57 - Duty of Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples for all Public Servants. Kerry will not be able to be present but will provide us with questions for discussion. (See full description below.)

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April 26 Jerry Fontaine Jerry Fontaine speaks from his experience and his book "Our Hearts Are as One Fire" as he shares an Ojibwe-Anishinaabe interpretation of the role of traditional leadership and governance today.

May 3 Lindsay Keegitah Borrows Keegitah's love for the Land, Water and Storytelling inspired her to explore law as a way to strengthen relationships between humans and non-humans in the spaces we call home. She will share stories from her book "Otter's Journey" to explore how Indigenous Language revitalization can inform the emerging field of Indigenous legal revitalization.

May 10 Postponed to May 24.

May 17 Sa'ke'j Youngblood Henderson As one of the strategists and members of the drafting team for the creation of UNDRIP, Sa'ke'j will share stories from the generation-long struggle that led ultimately to the adoption of the Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples by the United nations General Assembly.

May 10 Paulette Regan Paulette draws on her work in 'Unsettling the Settler Within' and the TRC's reconciliation vision and framework to reflect on the problematic concept of settler-colonial allyship. The need for non-Indigenous allies to forge 'unsettling' or decolonizing pathways, principles and practices of truth-telling remains critical post-TRC for reconciliation and transformation.

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