This factsheet introduces the intertwined concepts of settler-colonialism and racialization. The factsheet explores what a settler is, how settler privilege is embedded in white supremacy, and what responsibilities settlers hold in challenging systems of domination.
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Sitara, G. “Knowledge, Race, Power and the Land.” Week 2, Lecture 1. (Online Class Lecture, University of Victoria). [Brightspace]