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 explores 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 talk was held at Humber College, and hosted by Humber College’s Indigenous Education and Engagement and the Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellness.

Etuaptmunk/Two-Eyed Seeing: Mi’kmaq Understandings for Co-existence, Inter-dependence and Community Spirit

Author: Humber College

Year: 2019

Media Type: Video