Windsor International Film Festival will host a special screening of Indian Horse on Tuesaday.
Numerous high-profile incidents of anti-Black, anti-Indigenous and other forms of racism in both the university and in the larger Windsor Essex community led a group of students and faculty across disciplines to come together to work towards a consolidated and grounded critical race scholarship that can inform coordinated antiracist and decolonial practice.
Law professor Beverley Jacobs has been invested as a member of the Order of Canada.
A panel will discuss “Indigenous Realities Navigating the Canadian Criminal Justice System” at 1:20 p.m. October 17.
Windsor Law grad Beverley Jacobs will make a public presentation Monday on the topic of murdered indigenous women and girls.