At the time of posting, delivery of this course has been scheduled to be in-person featuring face-to-face instruction. This is dependent upon Alberta Health Services regulations in place at the time of launch and may be subject to change to accommodate all health and safety restrictions.
This workshop will be performance based using popular theatre and Métissage as the foundation for exploring the concept of human plurality and how we can develop perspectives of the “other” to become allies in combatting racism and building communities of hope within our classrooms and work environments.
Michelle is a doctoral candidate at Werklund School of Education and the Director of Indigenous Initiatives at St. Mary’s University.
Sarah is the Dean of Education at St. Mary’s University and a trained popular theatre facilitator. Her work in anti-racist education is grounded in her experience in working with Native Hawaiian students and community for over 10 years before coming to St. Mary’s University. She is embracing the opportunity to learn about the St. Mary’s community in context of Treaty 7 and what it means to be an ally in social and racial justice.
This series will be held on August 10-13, 2021
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