Two-Eyed Seeing with Albert Marshall
Mi’kmaq Elder Albert Marshall, lives in the community of Eskasoni in the Traditional Territory of Mi’kma’ki. He has worked tirelessly to develop and nurture collaborative understandings about our responsibilities as human beings. In this talk, Albert will explore Etuaptumumk/Two-Eyed Seeing as a way of bringing together the strengths of Indigenous and Western ways of knowing, seeing and being, for the benefit of all. This will be an amazing opportunity for all Humber faculty and staff, who are interested in learning more about Indigenous ways of knowing, being and doing. As well, this is also a great opportunity for students to enhance their understanding of Indigenous perspectives and worldviews.