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Canada: Whose Land is it Anyway?
A self-guided, lighthearted but super-serious course on Indigenous justice in Canada
Welcome to Home on Native Land, a free online course about Indigenous justice in Canada. Through a series of 10 videos, cartoons & lessons, you'll take a walk down the back alley of history — and the frontlines of legal action.
If you are ready to open your mind and have a good laugh while you do it, jump in and explore "Home on Native Land".
This self-guided course involves:
• 10 video conversations with prominent Indigenous thinkers, scholars, and legal experts with host Ryan McMahon
• 10 lessons laying out the fundamentals of Treaty rights, the Indian Act, Constitutional rights, and environmental rights & Indigenous stewardship - with illustrations
• Prompts for self-reflection & a gallery to share comments, images and video
DEEPEN YOUR UNDERSTANDING
Do you want to invite courageous conversations about Indigenous rights, but feel like you could use a refresher course? Let's be fair: most of us didn't learn this stuff in history class. In a lighthearted, conversational and occasionally very funny series of videos, we'll take a tour through the laws of this land we call Canada, and discover the good, the bad and the ugly about Indigenous-settler relationships.