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Ancestors’ Best Dreams: A 25-Year Vision to the Future

As we celebrate and acknowledge the 25th anniversary of what is now known as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, we gaze 25 years into the future. A panel of strong Indigenous community members from York University will share their best dreams of Indigenous futurities. Staff, faculty, students and alumna will articulate from their own perspectives/narratives/hopes/dreams to the relationships that Indigenous Peoples will engage with the land, the water and the people in 25 years’ time.
Opening remarks:
Sheila Cote-Meek, vice-president equity, people and culture;
and Sean Hillier, co-chair, Indigenous Council
Moderator: Ruth Koleszar-Green, associate professor, School of Social Work
Randy Pitawanakwat, manager, Centre for Aboriginal Student Services;
Breanna Berry, alumna;
Lance Morrison, graduate student;
Rebecca Lazarenko, doctoral student; and
Lisa Myers, assistant professor, Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change.


Jun 16 2021


12:00 pm - 8:00 pm


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