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U of R profs criticize school’s lack of Indigenous relations – 620

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by ahnationtalk on February 24, 202068 Views

February 24, 2020

Over 30 professors at the University of Regina are speaking up against what they think is a broken relationship between the school and the Indigenous community.

In an open letter to the heads of the university, professors say there has been a “breakdown of trust and reciprocity” between the school’s administration and the Indigenous community both on and off- campus.

The letter dated February 12th was issued after the school’s handling of the events surrounding a lecture by George Elliot Clarke.

Clarke, an Indigenous poet, had been invited by faculty to delver the Woodrow Lloyd Lecture where he was going to give a lecture called “Truth and Reconciliation’ versus the Murdered and Missing: Examining Indigenous Experiences of (In)Justice In Four Saskatchewan Poets”. The lecture was scheduled for January 23rd but was eventually cancelled by Clarke.

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