How exercising Indigenous Rights represents the best hope for Protecting and Regenerating our Mother Earth and all life
Anishinaabe activist Vanessa Gray has been actively fighting environmental degradation in her community – the Aamjiwnaang reserve in the so-called “Chemical Valley” near Sarnia, Ontario, which is the site of heavy petrochemical production and refinement. As part of the Indigenous Environmental Justice (IEJ) Speaker Series, Gray delivered a talk on Feb. 15 at York University […]
“This is not just about paddling, this is about building capacity within the Indigenous community,” said Sylvia Plain, founder of the Great Lakes Canoe Journey, during the Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES) event “Great Lakes Canoe Journey: Mobilizing Indigenous Knowledge and First Nations Communities”. Plain’s talk, held Jan. 25, was part of this year’s continuing […]
On November 30th, York University was joined by Zapotec, feminist scholar and University of Alberta Professor, Isabel Altamirano-Jimenez for the inaugural event of 2016-2017 Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES) speaker series. This year’s series, titled “Indigenous Women’s Perspective on Environmental Justice”, aims to create a critical link between theory and practice by reflecting on the […]
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QTBIPOC Space - Remapping Belonging in Toronto Co-editors: Rio Rodriguez and Amandeep Kaur Panag Marvellous Grounds - Special Issue #1 Live at http://marvellousgrounds.com Image courtesy: Fatin Chowdhury Titled QTBIPOC SPACE - Remapping Belonging in Toronto, this first issue of Marvellous Grounds’ online archive features two digital maps that serve as an archive of QTBIPOC stories […]
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