Brooke Deere

Indigneous Youth Leader
Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network
Participe à 1 Session
Brooke Wahsontiiostha Deer Wahsontiiostha is Kanien’kehaka from Kahnawake and a member of the turtle clan. She is currently employed by the Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network as a project manager and is in the process of developing a community needs portrait for urban Indigenous people living in Tiohtia:ke/Montreal. Deer is a graduate student at Concordia University pursuing a Master of Science in Management and is a member of the Indigenous Directions Leadership Group at Concordia. She is interested in urban Indigenous communities, strategic planning, systemic racism, organizational theory, Indigenous methodology, Indigenous sovereignty, cultural revival, and decolonization. In her spare time, she co-hosts a biweekly radio show with the Urban Indigenous Radio Collective.

Sessions auxquelles Brooke Deere participe

samedi 3 novembre, 2018

16h00
16h00
Brooke Deere
Modérateur
Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network
Indigneous Youth Leader
James Whetung
Michi Saagig Anishnabe
Manomin harvester/revitalizer/community leader
Salina Kemp
Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network (UAKN)
Ryan McMahon
Makoons Media Group
Comedian/Media personality
Treena Delormier
Center for Indigenous Peoples Nutrition and Environment -McGill University
Associate Director & Associate Professor