REC Toward Collective Understandings of Inequality 2 Decolonizing Activism

Decolonization demands that the mainstream society interrupt, stop benefiting from and transform a colonial relationship with indigenous peoples.

The labour movement can be a part of this interruption and this transformation, if there is to be justice in Canada (and elsewhere) for aboriginal people.

This video is a conversation between two veteran aboriginal labour activists, Michael Desautels and Don Moran. They tackle questions like what is decolonization and how can unions move towards a transformed relationship with aboriginal workers and communities.

To complete this session:

  • Watch the entire video – it’s about 45 minutes long.
  • Respond to the questions here, and complete the second page of feedback on the session. This should take you 10-15 minutes. [Please note this is an important step! Without completing this response form, we are unable to credit you for completing the session.]

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