Welcome to First Peoples Lawcast, our podcast featuring conversations on the defence of Indigenous rights!
You can listen to each episode below, here or wherever you get your podcasts.
Special thanks to A Tribe Called Red for the use of their music.
Episode 4 - Reclaiming the Law Part 3: Indigenous Law Students in Conversation
In our fourth episode, 2021 Indigenous Law Student Scholarship recipients Anita Cardinal-Stewart and Mary McPherson join last year's winner Taryn Hamilton for a conversation on Indigenous rights, law school, building community and more.
Episode 3 - Reclaiming the Law Part 2: Indigenous Law Students in Conversation
In our third episode, 2020 Indigenous Law Student Scholarship recipient Taryn Hamilton joins Charlotte Rose for a conversation on Indigenous rights, law and legal education during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Episode 2 - Reclaiming the Law Part 1: Indigenous Law Students in Conversation
In our second episode, First Peoples Law articled student Charlotte Rose joins the first annual recipients of our Indigenous Law Student Scholarship Tagalik Eccles and Saul Brown for a conversation on Indigenous rights, law, legal education and more.
Episode 1 - Reconciliation on Trial: Wet'suwet'en, Aboriginal Title and the Rule of Law
In our first episode, Bruce McIvor and Kate Gunn discuss their new e-book Reconciliation on Trial: Wet’suwet’en, Aboriginal Title and the Rule of Law.
The book features essays on the national controversy that erupted earlier this year when members of the Wet’suwet’en sought to reinforce their own laws in the face of Canadian violence.
It is available as a free download and features the following essays:
- La nation Wet’suwet’en, les gouvernements et les peuples autochtones : Un plan de réconciliation en 5 étapes
If you want to learn more about the situation in Wet'suwet'en territory and Indigenous Peoples’ ongoing struggle for justice in Canada, check out our Wet’suwet’en reading list.