In her name – relationships as law: Sarah Hunt at TEDxVictoria 2013
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In her name – relationships as law: Sarah Hunt at TEDxVictoria 2013

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John Ahni Schertow
February 8, 2014
 

Sarah Hunt is a PhD candidate passionately working to change the high rates of abuse experienced by Indigenous people by examining tensions between law and violence. Sarah draws on her experience as a community-based researcher, educator, and as a member of the Kwakwaka’wakw nation to address the important subject of colonial violence.

For a full transcript of Sarah’s talk, visit Media Indigena

Twitter: @TheSarahHunt

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