Carleton University has released Kinàmàgawin, a new long-term Indigenous strategy with 41 Calls to Action to make Carleton a more welcoming space for current and future Indigenous students and faculty members.

Kinàmàgawin is the product of an 18-month collaborative process undertaken by the Carleton University Strategic Indigenous Initiatives Committee (CUSIIC) to revitalize Carleton’s Indigenous strategy and re-energize relationships with Indigenous communities in Algonquin territory and across the country. Led by Benny Michaud, Kahente Horn-Miller and Jerry Tomberlin, the committee included First Nations, Métis and Inuit members from local communities, as well as Carleton faculty, professional services staff and students.

Read more about the process and resulting report in this article from the Carleton Newsroom.