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Suburban monumentalism: How do we change Indigenous-settler relations when there are no statues to destroy?

By Patricia Landolt, Professor of Sociology, University of Toronto
Paloma E. Villegas, Assistant Professor, Sociology, California State University San Bernardino
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Across Canada’s cities, protesters have defaced statues and monuments to help rewrite Indigenous-settler relations.

Powerful messages overlay the destruction: red handprints, “clean water-land back,” “we were children,” “respect the treaties”…

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