On Thursday November 25, 2021, we hosted a special Council reflection session facilitated by Michele A Sam. It was a rich learning experience and discussion that celebrated the work the Council has done over the past five years while also providing a new perspective on the work that needs to be done moving forward.
You can watch the recording of the session here:
- Michele’s slides (PDF)
- Michele’s Paper: Contextualizing Approaches to Indigenous Peoples’ Experiences of Intractable Conflict
- Michele’s Podcast: Ktunaxa Her Stories — Living Life, Well and Long
- You Are What Your Grandparents Ate: What You Need to Know About Nutrition, Experience, Epigenetics and the Origins of Chronic Disease by Judith Finlayson
- Making Native Space: Colonialism, Resistance, and Reserves in British Columbia by R. Cole Harris
- Enough to Keep Them Alive: Indian Welfare in Canada, 1873-1965 by Hugh Shewell
We will be holding another session with Michele in the new year. Please mark your calendars for Thursday January 13th from 10am-12noon PST with more details to follow. This session will build upon the reflections and ideas presented in the first session, so we strongly encourage anyone who wishes to attend the second session to watch the recording. If you are interested in attending our next session, please RVSP to comms[at]ckfoodpolicy.ca.