Embracing the Critical Consciousness Theory in an Indigenous Context with Harley Eagle
We welcome Harley Eagle to the Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health, presenting live from the UBC Learning Circle Critical Consciousness.
This session will delve into the systemic nature of oppressive systems from the perspective and experiences of an Indigenous man in the context of colonialism. It considers the impacts both on individuals as well as the larger societal legacy and current realities. Harley will then speak to key points on what it might mean to heal from these oppressive systems, what a systemic redress might look like and how the role of critical consciousness can lead to creative and innovative solutions.
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In this session, Harley Eagle will provide insight into:
- His understandings and experiences with systemic racism and oppression and explore their possible roots
- An analysis of how systemic racism is structured, its purpose, goals, and outcomes
- Explain the difference between an anti-racism and diversity approach and the role of critical consciousness
- His experience with anti-racism as a life giving process
- Harley will invite questions and comments to further the dialogue and deepen understanding on this issue
Everyone welcome to participate:
Date: Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Time: 10:00 am – 11:30 am (PST)
Place: webinar or videoconference
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Registration: required to participate online
**Registrations for this session is now closed**
About the Presenter:
|………………………………………………………||Harley Eagle, MA, is Dakota and Ojibway, and a member of Whitecap Dakota First Nation. He looks to Indigenous life ways to guide his work. His experience includes training and consultation in the fields of transforming conflict, anti-racism, dismantling oppression, cultural safety and trauma healing. He is often invited to speak at conferences both nationally and internationally. Harley holds a Masters of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Management and currently resides on Vancouver Island.|
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