Oral History, Education and Justice ft. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook and Guests

Nicholas Ng-A-Fook is joined by Drs. Kristina Llewellyn (University of Waterloo), Tim Stanley (University of Ottawa) and Aparna Mishra Tarc (York University) for the first of a series of conversation about an edited collection of chapters on the importance of Oral History in our journey towards Reconciliation and Justice in Canada.

In this conversation, we talk about what constitutes oral history, its importance in understanding the relationships among people and how members of settler communities should prepare to listen to the oral histories of racialized individuals and communities.

Find out more about the collection, Oral History, Education, and Justice : Possibilities and Limitations for Redress and Reconciliation (Edited By Kristina R. Llewellyn, Nicholas Ng-A-Fook):


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