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I'm a recent graduate with deep commitments to intersectional feminism, social justice and community building. The struggle towards new futures demands an intersectional feminist politics that recognizes the ways in which our differences exist and that these differences can connect us deeply to one another against larger structures of power and oppression, with the ultimate goals of building “transformative solidarities that can generate unthought possibilities for us as human beings who care for each other” (Cannella & Manuelito, 2008). 

Reflecting on and confronting our privileges and implication is crucial for struggles towards justice. I recognize my privileges and would like to utilize my experiences and knowledges to help inform others and to have conversations and actions towards making the world more just. Part of this work includes educating and positioning ourselves, being uncomfortable, unlearning and relearning, and building long-term relationships - all which are foundational aspects of anti-oppression work. ​

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My youth group at the Nelson & District Youth Centre, unceded Sinixt territory, 2012

Bike rally for climate justice, unceded Sinixt territory (Nelson), 2014

Education

2020

University of Alberta

Master of Arts in Gender and Social Justice

Women's & Gender Studies Department

2019

University of British Columbia

Bachelor of Arts in Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice

Minor in First Nations and Indigenous Studies

2016

Selkirk College

Advanced Certificate in Transformative Justice     

                              

2016

Selkirk College

Certificate in Interpersonal Mediation                     

                            

 

2016

Selkirk College

Peace and Justice Studies Diploma               

                                       

 

2012

Selkirk College

Associate Certificate in Mental Health and Addictions                        

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Some Publications

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Still Breathing: A Community Zine

‘Reconciliation is Dead’: Unist’ot’en Camp, Land Back and How the Movements can Inform Settler Responsibilities and Indigenous-Settler Relationships Going Forward

Revisioning ‘The Visionaries’: A Critical Pedagogy of Place, Settler Implication, and Modes of Selected Remembrance & Erasure on Papaschase Cree Land (University of Alberta campus)

Back Off TERFs
The Importance of Gender in Never Alone as an Act of Visual and Indigenous Sovereignty
Sinixt Radio Documentary