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Rethinking the Racist Implications of our Language

Description

Learn how to use anti-racism language. Words are powerful tools, but they can also be harmful when used to marginalize others. Join Russell McAuley to learn more. h

Additional Information

This program is conducted through Zoom.  Register to receive a reminder, the evaluation and any other resources.  Click the link to join. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88178890305 

Russell McAuley (He/She/They) is a Two Spirit Nêhiyaw-Métis from Cumberland House [Swampy] Cree Nation, Treaty 5 territory. Russell earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Bachelor of Education from the Indian Teacher Education Program (ITEP), and a Master of Education in Educational Foundations from the University of Saskatchewan, where she is getting ready to start their Doctor of Philosophy. Revitalizing and retaining Indigenous worldviews through decolonization,  Indigenization, and reconciliation are enormous passions that provide healing for this storyteller.

*Registration required
19 spots available
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When


Oct 21 2021, 7:00pm

Where


Online, Zoom 1

Event Type


Learn and Personal Interest

Topic


Politics and Current Events, Multicultural
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