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Decolonization Learning Journey - Series 4: Webinar 4 - Gallery view
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/Her)
34:07
Watch this site for recordings & Resources: https://ww.csc-ns.ca/decolonization-learning-journey/
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/Her)
01:00:50
Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead. Sheryl Sandberg
Patricia
01:27:39
https://ssir.org/# the article Annika is at this link
Annika Voltan
01:28:22
Question from Towards Braiding; • What are the expectations in terms of responsibilities of the organization to the place/land and her traditional ancestral custodians from the perspective of the local Indigenous communities?
Annika Voltan
01:29:02
The book can be downloaded here: https://decolonialfutures.net/towardsbraiding/
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/Her)
01:33:52
Find Dr. Pam Palmeter's Website & YouTube channel on our website (https://www.csc-ns.ca/decolonization-resources/)
Emma
01:48:20
An article I recently read on the difference between decolonization and other social justice movements, “Decolonization is not a metaphor”: https://jps.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/des/article/view/18630/15554
Julie
01:52:46
Here’s a link to Isabel Wilkerson’s book (and website): https://www.isabelwilkerson.com/
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/Her)
01:54:45
The book Cheryl was referencing: Caste: the Origin of our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson
Julie
01:56:49
Thanks for clarifying, Alexandra!
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/Her)
02:00:27
KAIROS - Blanket Exercise (https://www.kairosblanketexercise.org/)
Cheryl Knockwood
02:18:25
Land acknowledgment is only one small part of supporting Indigenous communities. We hope our land acknowledgment statement will inspire others to stand with us in solidarity with Native nations.Solidarity can look like:— Donating time and money to Indigenous-led organizations.— Amplifying the voices of Indigenous people leading grassroots change movements.— Returning land.
Cheryl Knockwood
02:19:35
https://nativegov.org/a-guide-to-indigenous-land-acknowledgment/
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/Her)
02:20:43
https://www.ulnooweg.cahttps://www.ulnoowegeducation.cahttps://www.ulnoowegfoundation.ca
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/Her)
02:22:53
We will be sharing the Black history Learning Journey recordings on our website (and are exploring other options to be able to increase registration) keep and eye on this page for more details about those coming sessions: https://www.csc-ns.ca/black-history-learning-journey/