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   D’Wayne Edwards
Migrant justice and Indigenous self determination: A good place to start when acting on climate

Our climate is a complex, interconnected web. Pull one strand and the entire web begins to unravel. As human beings wrestle with a radical revisioning of our global economic paradigm, the teachings of the migrant justice and indigenous rights social movements are more important than ever. Representing a massive percentage of Canada's workforce in the near future, Canada's most historically marginalized populations are going to represent a major part of Canada's economic power and this has significant meaning.

As the national conversation on climate change continues, what will be the economy of the future? What are we doing to tear down systems of white supremacy and patriarchy actively criminalizing indigenous and migrants climate justice organizing in Canada? What role does Indigenous knowledge play in fighting the global climate crisis?

Panelists

Dr. Anna Banerji
Pediatric infectious and tropical disease specialist

Eriel Deranger
Founding Member and Executive Director
of Indigenous Climate Action

Syed Hussan
Executive Director of the Migrant Workers Alliance for Change

Clayton Thomas-Müller
Indigenous author, activist & filmmaker

ACCESSIBILITY

Audio Describer
Kat Germain will be the audio-describer for this panel. Headsets will be made available to those who request them at accessible@harbourfrontcentre.com ahead of the event.

American Sign Language
There will be an ASL interpreter for this panel.

BIOS

Dr. Anna Banerji  ▸

Eriel Deranger  ▸

Syed Hussan  ▸

Clayton Thomas-Müller  ▸

Price

FREE

Advance registration recommended

Audio Describer availableASL Interpreter available

Co-produced by

British Council
Harbourfront Centre

In association with

Munk School

Media partner

The Globe and Mail
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