Decolonizing Ourselves: Legislating Broken Promises, Past and Present
Tuesday, 30 May 2023, 7pm MDT, Zoom
Hosted by the KAIROS Prairies North Decolonization Group and the Treaty Land Sharing Network
Join KAIROS Prairies North Decolonization Group and the Treaty Land Sharing Network online to learn about the unlawful Natural Resources Transfer Acts of 1930 and reflect on their significance today in the context of inherent Indigenous rights, Treaties, the Alberta Sovereignty Act, and the Saskatchewan First Act with guest speakers: Mary Culbertson, Treaty Commissioner, and Roger Epp, Professor, University of Alberta.
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