Join us for the Anishinaabe Law Camp “Pii ki giigidod, N bizendaami: When Earth Speaks, We Listen.” The purpose of this course is to facilitate student understanding of Anishinaabe law by learning how laws are formulated within an Indigenous context.
The Anishinaabe Law Camp is scheduled to take place on Walpole Island First Nation. During this 4-day camp, students will learn how Anishinaabe law operates and how it can be found in traditional stories, the environment, treaties, declarations, customs, etc. The camp takes place outdoors, on land and water, and in a First Nation community territory which is conducive to learning about Indigenous laws.
***Due to Covid-19 measures, If the class must be held virtually, the class design will be modified to a supervised research course, with lectures and video presentations to students. Details will be confirmed closer to the date.
Questions? Contact Michelle Nahdee.