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Yellowhead Fire | Upholding Indigenous Economic Relationships (November 16th)
Indigenous-Led Events happening in Ontario - November
Yellowhead Fire brings together established and emerging scholars, activists, and artists to discuss pressing concerns and issues, exchange ideas, and offer critical Indigenous perspectives on settler colonialism and the reclamation of Indigenous land and “the good life.”
In this fireside chat, Dr. Shalene Jobin explores the connection between Indigenous culture and economies in her recently published book, Upholding Indigenous Economic Relationships: Nehiyawak Narratives.
Dr. Jobin’s book will be available for purchase for both the in-person and virtual audiences.
Centre for Urban Innovation at Toronto Metropolitan University, 44 Gerrard Street East Room 317 Toronto, ON M5B 1J6
November 16th, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Free. Reserve your spot here.
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