|Time||1:30 PM to 3:30 PM|
The history and structures of colonialism are largely unknown to most Canadians; Yet understanding this history is essential to understanding the myriad of current issues in Indigenous - Canadian relations.
This two part workshop series will examine the legal history of Canada in relation to Indigenous peoples.
In Part 2 we will learn more about "the colonial project" in Canada and Indigenous Peoples’ agency, resistance, and activism in resisting settler state agendas and laws. We will examine how tools like the TRC Calls to Action and UNDRIP can be pathways to reconciliation in Canada.