Métis Anarchy & Politics With Molly SwainPosted on: Feb 2, 2021
Métis have always been a politically engaged people, with self-determination, collective action, freedom, provisionality, and relationality as central principles of how we govern and organize ourselves, from 19th century anti-colonial resistance movements to 20th and 21st century struggles for land and independence. This talk will explore some initial thoughts on Métis anarchism as a liberatory political project, grounded in Metis history and governance.
Molly Swain is an otipêmsiw-iskwêw PhD student in the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta, studying 20th century Métis political history.
Want to learn more about Métis in Canada? Start with this resource list created by the CUE Library!
Monday, February 8th at 3PM MST.
Virtual event via Google Meet.
Please register here: https://tinyurl.com/ikrc-swain