David Pitawanakwat

Land blessed by Elder in dedication ceremony for transformed law building


Roughly a dozen people gathered in front of the Ron W. Ianni Faculty of Law building on Monday, October 25 for a private dedication ceremony. The ceremony was led by Windsor Law’s Elder in Residence Myrna Kicknosway and her helper in honour of the ancestors who have resided on the territory of the Anishinaabe people of the Three Fires Confederacy: the Odawa, the Ojibwe, and the Potawatomi. 

Black-Indigenous solidarity subject of panel discussion

This evening — Friday, March 26, members of the UWindsor community are invited to join Professor Tasha Beeds and Jhanel Dundas, president of the Black Law Students’ Association of Windsor, as they host a public conversation about Black-Indigenous solidarity.

The hosts will be joined virtually by a panel of Black and Indigenous guest speakers to discuss what it means to be Black and Indigenous in academic spaces, in conflict, and more.