By Lethbridge Herald on May 12, 2021.
This week’s Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs online speaker series will feature Don McIntyre discussing how to implement the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action, and should the truth of Canada’s shameful treatment of Indigenous peoples be told as part of the K-12 school and post-secondary curriculum?
The speaker will also address Canada’s current dilemma of protest and blockades.
McIntyre is an Ojibway of the Wolf Clan from Timiskaming First Nation and an award winning painter and carver, and is currently completing his PhD in Laws looking at legal pluralism and the abilities of Indigenous socio-legal practices to enhance and improve western legal paradigms. He is presently an assistant professor at the University of Lethbridge in the Dhillon School of Business’ Indigenous Governance and Business Management Stream.
To participate in the online session sign in to the YouTube Live link https://youtu.be/WJ2TlIGFEhk Thursday at 10 A.M.
More information is also available at sacpa.ca