Wednesday, October 16, 2019


 Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education MOOC from Oct 15 - Nov 19 

Reconciliation through Indigenous Education MOOC is a 6-week non-credit online course that helps envision how Indigenous histories, perspectives, worldviews, and approaches to learning can be made part of the classroom, organizations, communities, and everyday experiences that are thoughtful and respectful. In this course, reconciliation emphasizes changing institutional structures, practices, and policies, as well as personal and professional ideologies to create environments that are committed to strengthening our relationships with Indigenous peoples.

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Film Screening

Revisiting Indigenous Articulations: a film screening and discussion with Anita Chang - Nov 22, 2019 6:30-8:30PM at SFU Habour Centre 

"What is at stake in generating and representing Indigenous articulations in Asia and the Pacific? ... This film represents in at-times unexpected ways efforts at Indigenous language revitalization, responses to settler colonial education policies, and the impact of extreme climate variability on Indigenous communities." 

Join filmmaker, educator, and writer Anita Chang for a screening and discussion on Tongues of Heaven, a collaboratively directed experimental documentary film that brings together the work of four Indigenous female filmmakers: An-Chi Chen and Shin-Lan You from Taiwan and Leivallyn Kainoa Kaupu and Monica Hau'oli Waiau from Hawai'i.

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Exhibition at Bill Reid Gallery

 Royal Portrait Exhibition at the Bill Reid Gallery 

Royal Portrait exhibition is happening from October 2, 2019 - January 19, 2020 at the Bill Reid Gallery. The exhibition is featuring a collection of carvings, jewelry, and portraits by Morgan Asoyuf honouring the Indigenous matriarchs in her life.

"Royal Portraits highlights the true meaning of royalty for Indigenous peoples which is linked to how well we take care of others and the environment." -- Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art

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Using maps as a weapon to resist extractive industries on Indigenous territories 

MappingBack, a project created by a collective of Indigenous and non-Indigenous activists, researchers, communities and cartographers is an online space where Indigenous communities and allies can share their experiences and expertise related to mapping and resource conflicts. It is used to show Indigenous perspectives and relationships with the land.

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