500 Years of Indigenous Resistance
Talk and Book Launch by Gord Hill
Decolonial Study Group
Sunday, June 13 at 2pm
256 Bank St. (2nd Floor)
The Decolonial Study Group is a project of the IPSM Ottawa. We will be deepening and broadening our understanding and analysis of indigenous struggles for decolonization, social justice and revolution. We will be doing this through readings, workshops, oral presentations, movies and so on.
The June 13th Study Group will be a talk by Gord Hill on “500 Years of Indigenous Resistance”. The talk is part of a speaking tour and book launch for his new graphic book, “500 Years of Indigenous Resistance”.
After his talk there will be time for further discussion.
There are no core readings for this Decolonial Study Group.
However there are a number of articles and books that we encourage people to read:
500 Years of Indigenous Resistance by Gord Hill (Available at Exile Infoshop and the OPIRG-Ottawa resource centre)
500 Years of Indigenous Resistance graphic book by Gord Hill
Colonization: A War for Territory: http://www.warriorpublications.com/?q=node%2F28
Contact us if you have mobility issues and want to attend