Generous Futures: Indigenous Perspectives Decolonizing

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A panel series illuminating the diverse identities, perspectives and experiences within Canada's philanthropic community

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What does the future of charitable giving look like? Through a series of panel discussions we will explore the struggles, politics and possibilities within the charitable sector. Drawing on the diverse voices of philanthropists and community leaders, Generous Futures aims to shed a new light on equity and belonging in Canada.

What does giving look like from an Indigenous lens? How do colonial ways of giving continue to harm and exclude Indigenous peoples? This discussion will address how the charitable sector needs to reconcile with its “saviour complex” in order to move forward. Our panelists will wade through the issues and possibilities in reimagining the future of giving and sharing on Turtle Island.

Moderator:

Damien Lee, Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair in Biskaabiiyang and Indigenous Political Resurgence, Ryerson University

Panelists:

Kris Archie, CEO, Circle on Philanthropy

Sarah Midanik, President & CEO, The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund

Sky Bridges, CEO, The Winnipeg Foundation

This is a free online event. Details about how to access the webinar will be emailed to registered attendees in advance and on the day of the event.

Please submit your questions for the panel in advance by emailing them to rsvp@ryerson.ca or by submitting them in your Eventbrite order form.

This session is eligible for one CFRE point.

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We are committed to hosting an inclusive and accessible event for everyone. Please contact laura.greflund@ryerson.ca if you require accommodations.

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Ryerson University is at the intersection of mind and action. What our students learn in the classroom is enhanced by real-world knowledge and experience. We champion diversity, entrepreneurship and innovation.

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