Eric Ostrowidziki 'Indigenous Environmental Activism'

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Scholarly level: 
Undergraduate student
Date created: 
2015-03-15
Keywords: 
Indigenous environmental activism
Neo-liberalism
Ecoside
Ethnocide
Gaia
Colonialism
Sustainable development
Genetically modified corn
Ecological ethics
NVIT
Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
Eric Ostrowidziki
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Dr. Eric A. Ostrowidziki is a professor at Nicola Valley Institute of Technology teaching in english, and Indigenous Studies.  He is a member of the Abenanki First Nation in Quebec.

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English
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Video
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