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Settler Colonialism and Pedagogies of Oppression (Liberation)
SEEDS for Change, in collaboration with the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, the Centre for Critical Peace Studies in Pakistan, and the Modern Languages and Literatures at Mount Allison University invite you to join Dr. Clelia O. Rodriguez in a series of encounters with Indigenous and racialized knowledge keepers, scholars, activists, artists, authors, and leading educators from traditional territories all over the world in a co-learning journey.

September 22 - Once Upon a Time There was a Pen
Guests: Opening of the Circle by Maria Montejo, Shirome Harindran, OISE, University of Toronto

September 29 - Where are we?

October 6 - Yarn
Guest: Rosa Danelia - President of the Bay Islands Federation of Village Councils, Honduras

October 13 - Crosses and Crossing
Guest: Juan Tomas Avila Laurel (Equatorial Guinea)

October 20 - B is for Breathing
Guest: Dr. Heloísa Helena Corrêa da Silva, Universidade Federal do Amazonas: Manaus, Brasil
Translator: Fernanda De Castro Caetano (Brasil)

October 27 - Water
Guest: WAIKIL, Mapuche (Chile)
In partnership with Mount Allison University

November 3 - Keys
Dr. Chandni Desai, University of Toronto

November 10 - Beyond the Comparison
Guests: Dr. Shadaab Rahemtulla - University of Edinburgh and
Linda Thai - University of Alaska Fairbanks

November 17 - #NeverForget
Dr. Merose Hwang - Han Pando/Hiram College

November 24 - F is for Fire
Guests: Whaea Lynda Toki (Maori)
Brandi Morin (Cree/Iroquois/French)

December 1 - The Politics of IDentity
Guest: Liv Rondeau (Kanyen’kehá:ka, Wolf Clan), Queen's University

December 8 - BElonging
Guest: Anshu Kabira (Nepal)
Meeting is over, you can not register now. If you have any questions, please contact Meeting host: Clelia Rodriguez.