Free Webinars: Decolonization Learning Journey

Want to help advance reconciliation but don’t know how to find your role in taking action? 

The Unama’ki College and the Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia offer a series of free webinars called Decolonization Learning Journey where Mi’kmaw Elders and knowledge sharers discuss: 

  • Pre-Contact and Early History
  • Indigenous Rights, Governance, and Residential Schools
  • National Inquiries, Two-Eyed Seeing, Education and Language, and Social Challenges
  • Incorporating reconciliation learning into our work and everyday lives

Watch recording of past webinars and register for future ones here.

Want more resources about decolonization and reconciliation? Click here

Unama’ki College. Community Sector Council of Nova Scotia. (2020). Decolonization Learning Journey. Retrieved on July 29, 2020 from

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