IEN's 30th Anniversary Lecture Series: Queering Indigenous Land-based Education, a talk by Alex Wilson

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Indigenous Education Network 30th Anniversary Lecture Series:  Queering Indigenous Land-based Education A talk by Alex Wilson Moderated by Marie Laing Dr. Alex Wilson (Opaskwayak Cree Nation) is the 2018/2019 Jackman Humanities Distinguished visiting faculty fellow at the University of Toronto. Her scholarship has greatly contributed to building and sharing knowledge about two spirit peoples, land-based education, Indigenous research methodologies, and the prevention of violence in the lives of Indigenous peoples. Dr. Wilson is one of many organizers with the Idle No More movement, integrating radical education movement work with grassroots interventions that prevent the destruction of land and water. She is particularly focused on educating about and protecting the Saskatchewan River Delta and supporting community based food sovereignty and sustainable housing.

Thursday January 27, 2019 from 6-8pmOISE library, main floor, 252 Bloor St. W. OISE's accessible entrance is on the West side of the building and can be reached from Bloor St., just west of Bedford Ave. Accessible washrooms can be found on the ground floor (centre stairs), on the 5th floor centre lobby, and on the ground floor library. Single user, all gender washroom located on the 12th floor in room 12-130. Accessible Parking spaces on P1, with accessible Pay Parking station.

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