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Anishinaabe History and Culture - Shared screen with speaker view
Casey Haggerty
19:33
What are your strategies for reaching adults who get combative or overly defensive when they are faced with historical truths that paint their idea of America in a non-idealized, non-white-washed light?
Jen Schaap
21:50
I notice with LTBB that people say, "Little Trav Bay Band of Odawa," and often drop the "indians" part of it.
Susan Odgers
22:25
Indigenous Peoples?
Susan Odgers
24:42
We struggled with this when changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day at the TC Human Rights Commission
Wendy Wieland
25:01
Eric, so you would also consider Canada's term "First Nations People" to also not be a good descriptor?
JTHoagland
26:28
Sub sets : I have a friend with an Italian surname, but says “I’m not Italian, I’m Sicilian
Susan Odgers
26:59
Say more about allyship. Your thoughts on our tasks.
Casey Haggerty
34:25
Thanks, Eric!
Susan Odgers
47:05
Thank you. Have to go to another meeting. Be well everyone.
Meghan McDermott
47:35
Breakout discussion questions: What is your reaction to the material Eric presented? 
What are specific actions you think Groundwork could take to be better partners and provide support to the Anishinaabe community?
What more would you like to learn or better understand about Anishinaabe culture, history, governance and current challenges? Is this helpful to you?
Jim Lively
47:38
What is your reaction to the material Eric presented?What are specific actions you think Groundwork could take to be better partners and provide support to the Anishinaabe community?What more would you like to learn or better understand about Anishinaabe culture, history, governance and current challenges? Is this helpful to you?
Wendy Wieland
49:03
thanks Eric...say hi to Emily for me!
Casey Haggerty
50:05
We got some great lesson plans going! The kids loved them too.