I can set an example’: Indigenous scholar at UWindsor eager to connect students with their roots – CBC

by ahnationtalk on September 10, 2019108 Views

Sep 10, 2019

‘I [feel] a little bit lost sometimes, or maybe like someone who isn’t authentically Indigenous’

One of the five new Indigenous Peoples Scholars at the University of Windsor is hoping being part of the program will help her reconnect with her culture — and that she can help students do the same thing.

Andrea Sullivan-Clarke is a philosopher, hired about a year ago by the university as part of correcting the “historic under-representation of Indigenous peoples in leadership roles” on campus.

Sullivan-Clarke grew up as a self-proclaimed army brat, but her tribe is from Muskogee Nation in Oklahoma.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/indigenous-scholar-andrea-sullivan-clarke-1.5277561

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