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posted by Brad Evoy in on Sep 25, 2014 - View profile


Oh Canada, our home on Native Land: Discussing Decolonization

A DisOrientation 2014 Event

- 2:00pm
Thursday October 2 2014

Venue: O.I.S.E, rm 4420
Address: 252 Bloor Street West
Cost: FREE
Accessibility: YES

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This workshop, led by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth in Toronto, was born out of the Youth Reconciliation Initiative (YRI). The YRI was designed to train and empower youth from Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities and to facilitate collaborative efforts to continue informing and mobilizing Canada’s young people. We aim to continue the process of learning about Indigenous histories and to stress the importance of positioning ourselves on the land that we work and live on, and call home. This workshop will be an interactive dialogue about our relationship to the land and its histories, and striving towards building cultural solidarity. Join us in exploring  within ourselves and with each other what decolonization and reconciliation can look like.

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Brad Evoy is a graduate student at the University of Toronto, blogger, writer, commentator, and sometimes firebrand. He has served as one of the Summer Membership and Admin. Coordinators for the Toronto Media Co-op and in the past has written for various other publications. Meanwhile, as an organizer, he's associated with the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG-Toronto) and Scientists for the Right to Know, along with past associations with various student organizations in two provinces.

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