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 A discussion on the future possibilities of Indigenous/non-Indigenous relations
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 Beth-Anne Amour-Flute – Lakota, Idle No More Kingston
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Teach-in: Unpacking the Language of “Nation to Nation” – A discussion on the future possibilities of Indigenous/non-Indigenous relations
Saturday March 12, 2016
McLaughlin Hall Room 315, Queen’s University
Beth-Anne Amour-Flute – Lakota, Idle No More Kingston
Brock Lewis – Ojibway, Founder of Assembly of Seven Generations
Prof. Bob Lovelace – Ret. Chief Ardoch-Algonquin, DEVS/GPHY @Queen’s U
Prof. Sarah Morales – Cowichan, Law Faculty @ Ottawa U

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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First published by Susan Delisle: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jARi4olK1w

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00:11:56 English 2016-03-12
 Kingston, Ontario/Haudenosaunee & Anishinaabe Lands
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