> 2-4pm – Teach–in Panel (Education North 2-115)
The objectives of this teach–in are:
->To give teachers / students / faculty / community members ways to discuss the recent verdicts inboth the Colten Boushie and Tina Fontaine cases.
->To discuss Indigenous legal traditions and Indigenous knowledges as a framework for justice, and for ways to help people to explain our reality/context.
->To discuss ways in which Indigenous / non-Indigenous people can work together for justice.
->To think about how we can proceed in good ways / strategic ways that would please our ancestors.
Dr. Jennifer Tupper, Dean, Faculty of Education
Dr. Chris Andersen, Dean, Faculty of Native Studies
Sharon Venne, LL.M, International Law Expert
Krista McFadden, PhD student, Indigenous People’s Education & Law Student, Uof A
Tamara Starblanket, LL.M, Native Education College, Vancouver
Dr. Sheelah McLean, USask
Dr. Dia Da Costa, U of A
Sarah Auger, PhD Student, Indigenous People’s Education, U of A
Billy-Ray Belcourt, PhD Student, English and Film Studies, U of A
Panel moderated by Dr. Rebecca Sockbeson, U of A
12:30-2pm, Stew and Bannock (Education North 2-141, behind 2-115)
2-4pm, Teach–in Panel (Education North 2-115)
This event will be LIVE STREAMED at the following link:
Note change: NO REGISTRATION NECESSARY
This event is sponsored by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Education.
This event is organized by Indigenous Graduate Students of the Indigenous People’s Education Specialization (Department of Educational Policy Studies), I:SSTRIKE, and Centre for Global Citizenship Education and Research.
Art for poster by Dawn Marie Marchand (used with permission).
Education Centre North and South are part of the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta, which is located on the north side of 87 Avenue between 112 and 114 streets.