Please join Dr. Laura Hall and the Decolonization and Anti-racism Committee for the second session of the reading group, Sociology and Indigenous Sovereignties.
What are our responsibilities to Indigenous sovereignties, Indigenous independence movements, and to undoing/challenging settler colonialism in so-called Canada? This reading group will jump into that discussion, inclusive of contemporary challenges rooted in settler colonial eradication (of Indigenous Peoples)/replacement (by white-settler nation/individual ownership) goals, addressing the Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, the TRC, and other contemporary conversations about environmental change.
Those attending the session are asked to read the following:
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