EventsIndigenous Self-determination and Decolonization: A History of Indian Policy in Canada

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Join Matthew Wildcat as he takes us through the history of how colonial policy has been applied to Indigenous peoples. In light of this history, the speaker will explore how we can achieve Indigenous self-determination and decolonization in the present. Q&A to follow.

Doors at 6:30pmPanel 7:00pm - 8:30pm

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Matthew Wildcat

Faculty of Arts (Political Science) and Faculty of Native Studies
University of Alberta

Matthew Wildcat is Nehiyaw (Plains Cree), from Maskwacis AB and a member of Ermineskin Cree Nation. His research focuses on the history of Indigenous political orders on the Canadian prairies, Indigenous sovereignty and contemporary practices of Indigenous institution building. He is currently an instructor of Political Science and Native Studies at the University of Alberta.

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