Carleton launches Kinàmàgawin Indigenous Learning Certificate program

August 13, 2021
Carleton University is launching the Kinàmàgawin Indigenous Learning Certificate program, which will teach Carleton community members about allyship and Indigenous educational experiences. The program will include two annual workshops and will cover four topics: Anti-Indigenous Racism in Canada, Institutional Anti-Indigenous Racism and Education, Indigenous Student Experiences and the Centre for Indigenous Initiatives, and Practicing Allyship and Righting Relations. “These workshops will allow non-Indigenous allies to become equipped with proper tools to help Indigenous Peoples,” said Lane Bourbonniere, Carleton Indigenous Curriculum Learning Specialist. “[T]hey will also help Carleton address critical issues in a good way.” Carleton (ON)