Tracey Whiteye

The 60’s Scoop

Presenter: Tracey Whiteye Throughout the 1960s, Indigenous children were forcibly removed or ‘scooped’ from their homes, communities, and families to be adopted into mostly non-Indigenous, middle-class families. Many of the…
Tina Stevens

The Doctrine of Discovery

Presenter: Tina Stevens The Doctrine of Discovery was a Papal decree in 1493 used as a legal and moral way to justify the colonial dispossession of Indigenous Nations of their…
Mary-Anne Kechego

We Are All Treaty People

Presenter: Mary-Anne Kechego In this session, We Are All Treaty People, Mary-Anne Kechego will talk about the Two-Row Wampum Belt and Dish with One Spoon to illustrate what treaties mean…
Tracey Whiteye

The Impact of Residential Schools

Presenter: Tracey Whiteye In this session, The Impact of Residential Schools, Tracey Whiteye shares her story as an Indigenous woman and second-generation residential school Survivor who fought to regain her…
Tina Stevens

Social Injustice in the Court System

Presenter: Tina Stevens In this session, Social Injustice in the Court System, Tina Stevens will explore how settler colonialism began the long-standing legacy of racism and discrimination toward Indigenous peoples,…
Mary-Anne Kechego

All My Relations

Presenter:  Mary-Anne Kechego ‘All My Relations’ is a reminder of who we are with both our family and relatives, and the extended relationship we share with all human beings. Indigenous…

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