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Indigenous Solidarity: A Conversation Series

When:
Tuesday, January 7, 2020
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Where:
Mitchell Hall
Room: Event Commons (Room 103)
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Description:

This is an open invitation to everyone in the Queen's and broader community to join us for a new series of talks associated with Global Development Studies’ Principal’s Dream Course on Indigenous Human Ecology in the winter term of 2020.

The four conversational talks will feature Global Development Studies Instructor Ian Fanning (Algonquin), pictured above, speaking with invited guests on topics that explore Indigenous solidarity in various forms, why we need it at Queen’s and in the wider community, and how we can support Indigenous resistance and resurgence.

Topic: Indigenous Resurgence and Re-indigenization
Host: Kassie Hill
Speakers: Ian Fanning and Robert Lovelace 

Robert Lovelace is a retired Chief of the Ardoch Algonquin First Nation. He lives in the Algonquin highlands at Eel Lake in the Ardoch Algonquin territory where he continues to offer traditional teaching and ceremony. Robert is a continuing adjunct lecturer at Queen’s University in the Department of Global Development Studies. His work highlights Canadian Indian policy and International reluctance to challenge economic imperialism affecting indigenous peoples around the world.

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