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Having CLOUT: becoming an ally and having the power to resist colonialism and neoliberalism in Winnipeg's inner city
Becoming an ally to Indigenous peoples, as a planner, depends on understanding the oppressive dynamics of colonialism and neoliberalism that invisibilize their everyday realities. Resisting these dynamics as an ally, and ...
Offering our gifts, partnering for change: decolonizing experimentation in Winnipeg-based settler archives
Since the nineteen-fifties, Indigenous residents of Winnipeg, Manitoba have conceptualized and developed distinct strategies in response to the impacts of settler colonialism. Roughly seventy organizations have been ...
Settler Canadians and racism in Winnipeg
It is no secret that the Indigenous community in Winnipeg has faced many challenges. In analyzing this social issue, we have the option of studying the victims of racism and attempting to understand their suffering. ...
AYO!MovementTM: an ethnographic exploration of agency-focused social determinants of health with/in/on an urban indigenous youth movement
The social determinants of health movement has admirably shaped the way research theorizes health inequalities between and within populations. However, discourses this movement has re-created inadequately conceptualize ...
Building bridges: dismantling eurocentrism in archives and respecting Indigenous ways of doing it right
When I was five, my family moved to a farming community in Germany. My mother regularly wrote home to her parents, telling them about our lives and sending them gifts, which they put in their modern curiosity cabinet. This ...