Associate Dean (Academic) Beverly Jacobs appeared on Pam Palmater's Warrior Life podcast to share her inspiring journey and lessons learned from her path in Indigenous education, politics and advocacy.
According to their website, the Warrior Life podcast is about living a lifestyle that focuses on decolonizing our minds, bodies and spirits through education, health and community.
— Published on Nov 16th, 2020
According to a Toronto Star article, today marks 100 days since the beginning of the occupation at what Haudenosaunee land defenders have called 1492 Land Back Lane and where Foxgate Developments — a joint venture by Losani Homes and Ballantyne Homes — still hopes to build a 218-unit subdivision, called McKenzie Meadows.
— Published on Oct 26th, 2020
Associate Dean (Academic) Beverly Jacobs appeared on APTN National News to explain the 1492 Land Back Lane reclamation at Caledonia. Since July, Six Nations land defenders began occupying a planned 1000 unit Mackenzie Meadows building site near Caledonia, ON.
— Published on Aug 13th, 2020
In a CBC article about judicial diversity targets, Associate Dean (Academic) Beverly Jacobs, said merely appointing a more diverse bench won't be good enough if the laws themselves don't change.
"It just means that it becomes a brown system with the same colonial laws so it's not going to work," Dr. Jacobs said.
— Published on Jun 30th, 2020
Just months after receiving word of her promotion from assistant to associate professor in the Faculty of Law, Beverly Jacobs has been appointed the next associate dean (academic) at Windsor Law, both effective July 1, 2020.
— Published on Jul 9th, 2020
— Published on Jun 16th, 2020
Windsor Law Professor Beverly Jacobs co-authored an opinion piece that was published in the Globe and Mail this week. The article, co-authored by Meggie Cywinkwith, addressed the inactivity surrounding violence against Indigenous women (MMIWGT2S+).
— Published on Jun 8th, 2020
Prof Jacobs (right) stands with Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette
Last month in Ottawa, Windsor Law professor Beverley Jacobs was invested into The Order of Canada by her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada.
— Published on Jun 17th, 2019
— Published on Jun 6th, 2019
Beverly Jacobs, “Honouring Women”, in Kim Anderson, Maria Campbell and Christi Belcourt, Keetsahnak / Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters, (University of Alberta Press, 2018).