Indigenous Scholars Lecture Series with Sheelah McLean

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 - 12:00 to 13:30

Join us for the Indigenous Scholars Lecture Series with guest speaker Sheelah McLean, an anti-racism educator, to discuss white supremacy in the field of education. This event is hosted by the Indigenous Legal Orders Institute at Windsor Law.

About the Speaker:

Sheelah McLean has a PhD in anti-racist education from the University of Saskatchewan and is a third-generation white settler who lives on Cree territory (Treaty 6). Sheelah has worked in education for 30 years teaching graduate and undergraduate courses for the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan. Sheelah is also an organizer with the Idle No More network. As a scholar and community organizer, Sheelah’s work has focused on research projects and actions that address inequality, particularly focusing on how white dominance is created and maintained within a white settler society.

Location: Online (Blackboard Collaborate)


*Link to join sent to attendees via registration confirmation email. Questions? Please contact Michelle Nahdee