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Diversity And Victimology I: Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous People in Canada are overrepresented both as victims and offenders. This course will critically examine how colonization and its impacts affect Indigenous Peoples today. Through discussions and experiential learning from Indigenous perspectives and knowledge, students will develop an understanding of Indigenous worldviews, values, justice strategies and culturally safe practice. This course will provide students with appropriate skills to work effectively and respectfully with Indigenous Peoples and communities.