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Resources, Research, and Rights: Land Back

May 10, 2021


Adele Perry

By Adele Perry

On Earth Day 2021 (April 22), the Centre for Human Rights Research (CHRR) hosted a virtual screening of the first of three videos about LAND BACK that were produced by the David Suzuki Foundation. The video inspired a great conversation with our invited panelists, which involved examining questions such as “What does Land Back mean to you?” and “What opportunities does Land Back create?” The invited panelists included Professor Aimée Craft (Co-Producer, LAND BACK video series; Author; Associate Professor, University of Ottawa), Danielle Morrison (Lawyer; Narrator; University of Manitoba alumna) and, Taylor Galvin (President, Indigenous Concerns on the Environment (UMICE) and University of Manitoba student).

Watch to the entire event here.

Watch all three LAND BACK videos here.

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David Suzuki Foundation: Facebook, Twitter

Decolonizing Water: Facebook, Twitter

Office of the Vice-President (Indigenous), University of Manitoba: Website

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