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Two-Eyed Seeing: Amplifying Indigenous Knowledges and Sovereignty in Research and Communication

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May 6, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

Two-Eyed Seeing: Amplifying Indigenous Knowledges and Sovereignty in Research and Communication
Dr. Andrea Reid
, University of British Columbia


In this webinar, Dr. Reid will discuss the importance of creating space for multiple ways of knowing in our research and science communication efforts, specifically focusing on creating room for Indigenous values, practices and pedagogy as a pathway to a plural coexistence.

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