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Class, gender, race, and resistance: the United Farm Women of Manitoba,1916-1936
In the second decade of the twentieth century, the resistance of Canadian prairie farm women to the inequities of the Dominion government’s national policies, coupled with their growing awareness of women’s unequal rights, ...
Research is an offering: decolonizing interior spaces for indigenous belonging in academia
This project used interior design to reimagine an academic research space as a place that encourages Indigenous research practices and fosters belonging. Post-secondary education is essential to the continuation of countless ...
Healing historical trauma through resurgence and radical resistance
For 500 years, Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island have had to contend with colonial tactics intended to displace, dispossess, disconnect, and disempower Indigenous peoples from their relationships with their territories ...
The impact of learning about historical and current injustices, individual racism, and systemic racism on anti-Indigenous prejudice
Prejudice toward Indigenous Peoples in Canada is a pressing issue with often violent consequences. Education, including historical education, is one common strategy to challenge anti-Indigenous racism. Despite the existence ...
Indigenous communities and global markets: the commoditization of artisanal mezcal from Oaxaca, Mexico
Global markets offer development opportunities for rural and Indigenous communities through the commoditization of elements from their cultures and territories. However, when participating in global value chains, they often ...