Jessica Dolan, an American by birth, has been living in Canada for some time. In process of completing her PhD in Anthropology at McGill, she is an author, educator and public speaker. Her expertise lies in the cultural-socio-political relationships between humans and the natural world, and the traditional practices of the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Confederacy.
Kenneth Deer, from the Bear Clan of the Mohawk Nation, of the Kahnawake Territory south of Montréal is interviewed in Social Change-Makers first episode.
Anthropologist Jessica Dolan talks about social and political relations between humans and the environment, and cultural traditions of the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Confederacy.
Lawyer and immigration specialist, Elizabeth Long shares insights on the importance of immigration and Canada’s immigration policies.