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Teach-in: Unpacking the Language of “Nation to Nation”

A discussion on the future possibilities of Indigenous/non-Indigenous relations

by Beth-Anne Amour-FluteSusan Delisle

Teach-in: Unpacking the Language of “Nation to Nation”

Teach-in: Unpacking the Language of “Nation to Nation” – A discussion on the future possibilities of Indigenous/non-Indigenous relations

Speaker:
Beth-Anne Amour-Flute – Lakota, Idle No More Kingston

This event will featured Indigenous scholars and community speaking on the topic of Nation to Nation discourse as used by the current federal government, what it means as a legal term, and for the future possibilities of Indigenous/non-Indigenous relations.

With generous sponsorship from the Kahswentha Indigenous Knowledge Initiative (KIKI), Levana Gender Advocacy Centre, PSAC 901, the Departments of Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, Global Development Studies, Political Studies, & the Queen’s Principal’s Student Initiative Fund. 

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