The Psychic Landscape of Contemporary Colonialism
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The Psychic Landscape of Contemporary Colonialism

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John Ahni Schertow
December 31, 2011
 

On November 9, 2011, Kanien’kehaka Educator, Author and Activist Taiaiake Alfred spoke at University of Ottawa on the topic, “The Psychic Landscape of Contemporary Colonialism.”

The lecture was presented by The Forum for Aboriginal Studies and Research, in collaboration with the Aboriginal Studies Program and the School of Political Studies, at the University of Ottawa.

Video by IPSMO – Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement Ottawa – http://ipsmo.org

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