The Next150: Resisting colonialism and (re)claiming health on Turtle Island

The Dalla Lana School of Public Health (DLSPH) is proud to present the 10th Annual DLSPH Student-Led Conference: The Next150: Resisting Colonialism and (Re)claiming Health on Turtle Island.

This two-day event will be jam-packed with workshops, speakers, and community activities, giving attendees the space to critically examine the impacts of colonization on the wellbeing of Indigenous peoples, and honor the continued resistance of communities leading to the reclamation of health, land and self-determination.  

The Next150 will feature keynote sessions from Dr. Suzanne Stewart and Dr. Janet Smylie, an option to participate in a land-based learning session at the Mashkikii;aki’ing Medicine Wheel Garden, exciting workshops, such as Anishnawbe Health Toronto's workshop on harmonizing western and Indigenous models of care, and so much more!

Join this conference to highlight the work of critical academics and students, community acts of resistance, and centering land in (re)claiming health and healing.

Visit the website for up-to-date conference details and purchase your tickets today!

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Date: Friday November 10 and Saturday November 11, 2017
Location:
Health Sciences Building
155 College Street
Toronto, ON M5T 1P8
Cost: $12.00 (+$1.32 service fee) If the price of the conference is a barrier to attending, please email dlsphconference [at] gmail [dot] com and we will do our best to accommodate.

We are still accepting presentation proposals until October 10! Proposals can focus on critical research or community work that confronts how colonialism acts out in present day. 

For more information on applying visit the website.