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November 18, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
- « Dismantling White Supremacy Culture in/as a Form of Primary Prevention
- SOAR to Health and Wellness (English) »
You don’t have to be a lawyer to join the first-ever signature event on behalf of the American Bar Association (ABA), co-sponsored by the Canadian Bar Association (CBA), to celebrate Native American Heritage Month in November. Join us as our esteemed panelists discuss the current status and resiliency of indigenous peoples in the United States and Canada. The panelists will address the critical question of how past discriminatory – and even brutal governmental policies – led us to the current status of indigenous peoples today. More importantly, the panelists will discuss what steps, laws, and policies can be taken to improve the lives of indigenous peoples in the United States and Canada. The panelists will compare and contrast the history, status and future of the First Nations People in Canada vs. American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States. After the panel discussion, the audience will gain a high-level overview of the issues around indigenous populations, which we hope will lead to desire to learn more. Please join us for this engaging, informative, and entertaining panel.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROGRAM IS NOT FOR CLE CREDIT.