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Vancouver, BC V6A 2T2

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A workshop for cultural workers to place colonial redress in their practice.

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Pam Palmater describes reconciliation as “fluff,” so how can redress bring change to the economic dominance of settler culture in Vancouver? Hear from Coast Salish and settler artists and policy workers about their experience navigating this time and space. See how “good intentions” and “performing reconciliation” miss solutions needed to get out of the way of Coast Salish cultural sovereignty. Let’s talk about commitments settlers and migrants can make personally, organizationally, and collectively as a sector. Today’s sessions are structured for deeper learning through a mix of panel discussions and small group discussions. This is the fifth annual session on decolonizing Vancouver’s arts community by Salish Coast LIVE and Vancouver Moving Theatre/Heart of the City Festival.

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Vancouver, BC V6A 2T2

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