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Who decides what's essential? The importance of Indigenous ceremony during COVID-19

By Jodi John, Ph.D. Candidate, Geography and Planning, Queen's University, Ontario
Angela Mashford-Pringle, Assistant Professor/Associate Director, Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, University of Toronto
Heather Castleden, Professor and Impact Chair in Transformative Governance for Planetary Health, School of Public Administration, University of Victoria
Janice Hill, Associate Vice-Principal (Indigenous Initiatives and Reconciliation), Queen's University, Ontario
Marc Calabretta, Research Program Manager, Health, Environment, and Communities Research Lab, Queen's University, Ontario
Mark Dockstator, ​Associate Professor, Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies, Trent University
Wendy Phillips, Elder in Residence, Queen's University, Ontario
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Was participating in ceremony despite pandemic restrictions an act of Indigenous resistance and resurgence and did it reflect reassertion of nationhood and self-determination?The Conversation

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