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 From the Margins 
 talk by Pamela Palmater
 Speech
 Pamela Palmater
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The Law In Society Program and the Department of Sociology presents the 2016 Nels Anderson Lecture “Sovereignty Changes Everything: Understanding Canada’s Commitment to Nation to Nation Relations with First Nations” by Dr. Pamela Palmater, a Mi’kmaw lawyer, author, and social justice activist from Eel River Bar First nation in New Brunswick and currently Chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University.

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01:05:32 English 2016-03-24
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