From Turtle Island to Palestine : How have we been surviving colonization?
From Turtle Island to Palestine: How have we been surviving colonization?
An online panel where Donna Kahérakwas Goodleaf (teacher, scholar and the director Decolonizing Curriculum and Pedagogy at Concordia University), and Razan AlSalah (filmmaker, and faculty member at Concordia University) will discuss issues of survival, resistance, and liveable futures in colonized Lands.
From Turtle Island to Palestine: How have we been surviving colonization? Panel was part of the Land and Accessible Futures: Stories of Resistance and Survival Project. Land and Accessible Futures: Stories of Resistance and Survival project is comprised of three events, From Turtle Island to Palestine: How have we been surviving colonization? Panel, Air, river, sea, soil: a history of an exploited land online exhibition, and an artist roundtable, that will address the topic of Land and accessible futures by bringing together artists, educators, activists, and researchers – aka storytellers – from all over the Earth; from Turtle Island to Palestine, from Jordan to Lebanon, from Egypt to Tunisia and Iraq. Our storytellers, grounded in the lived realities of the Land from which they speak, will take us through stories of survival, resistance, and longing for liveable futures.
ASL interpretation, live-transcription, and image descriptions provided.
Poster design: Roï Saade
Funding acknowledgement: This event is organized by the Access in the Making Lab and funded by Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Critical Disability Studies and Media Technologies, and Concordia University Aid to Research Related Events, Publication, Exhibition and Dissemination Activities (ARRE) Program. The co-sponsors of this event are the Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Society and Culture (CISSC) and the Centre for Sensory Studies (CSS).