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How community-engaged archaeology can be a pathway to reconciliation

By Dana Lepofsky, Professor in Archaeology, Simon Fraser University
Christine Roberts, Archaeologist from the Wei Wai Kum First Nation
Oqwilowgwa Kim Recalma-Clutesi, Contributor to the special issue on Ethnobiology Through Song/CEO Ninogaad Knowledge Keepers Foundation/Board of Directors APTN
Sean Markey, Professor, School of Resource and Environmental Management, Simon Fraser University
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One project on a small island in B.C. is demonstrating how archaeology can bring communities together and serve as a basis for reconciliation.The Conversation

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