Indigenous Children and Families
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

This course looks at Indigenous child welfare in Canada and the strengths of Indigenous children and family systems. Students will explore the meaning of childhood within various Indigenous cultures, will examine colonial disruptions to Indigenous family systems through the residential school and state child welfare systems, and will learn about the resistance, resilience and recovery successes of Indigenous peoples toward Indigenous family well-being. (Cross-listed as YC302.)

Additional Course Information
ID120/SOJE120; registration status: senior student.