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Indigenous and Muslim Perspectives on Colonisation

Feb. 17 12:00p.m. - 2:00p.m.

Panel Details

Online/Free

This event is the third in a series of very successful panels exploring Indigenous-Muslim perspectives on common issues of importance to the contemporary world. The previous two panels engaged in conversations around “Indigenous and Muslim Traditional Healing Practices in a Modern Context” (2019) and “Indigenous-Muslim Perspectives on Climate Change" (2021). This year's panel explores Indigenous and Muslim perspectives on the concepts and effects of colonisation, decolonisation and treaties. The panel will be moderated by Katherine Bullock and features three speakers; Susan Hill, John Andrew Morrow, and Salman Sayyid.

The event is co-sponsored by Emmanuel College's Centre for Religion and Its Contexts, Justice for All Canada and Olive Tree Foundation.

Full details here: uoft.me/cricevents#ac-1143

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