Dr. Marcia Anderson, MD, MPH, FRCPC “Ten Ways Organizations Get in Their Own Way on “Indigenous Achievement” / “Reconciliation” / “Diversity” / “Inclusion” / “Anti-Racism”, delivered Feb. 12, 2019, originally posted by the Indigenous Student Centre, University of Manitoba
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Discussing Race - Jay Smooth
Stories of Decolonization: Land Dispossession and Settlement "Stories of Decolonization is a multi-film interview-based documentary project that shares personal stories in order to explore accessible understandings of colonialism and its continued impact on those living on the lands now called Canada. Stories of Decolonization: Land Dispossession and Settlement is the first short film of the series, focusing specifically on stories of personal and ancestral connections to these lands."
Created by Liz Carlson, Gladys Rowe, Teddy Zegeye- Gebrehiwot, Sarah Story
Photo credit: Greg Littlejohn. Local Racial Inclusion Summit. Oodeena Circle, Winnipeg, MB. September 17, 2015.
This site is based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba on Treaty 1 Territory and the Homeland of Métis Nation. Groundwork for Change is a website only. It is not an organization. You can read a copy of the original intention and vision for the site here.Visit ABOUT THIS SITEto find out more about the site and its goals. All work on the site is done with volunteer labour.