CHRR - The Centre for Human Rights Research
Indigenous health lecture: Sept. 12

Indigenous health

Dr. Lawrence Deane


Over the past 20 years, social work professor Dr. Deane has worked in community development in India, China, and Winnipeg's inner city.

He is a co-author of the recently published Indians Wear Red: Colonialism, Resistance, and Aboriginal Street Gangs. Based on interviews with Aboriginal street gang members, women and Elders, the authors explore gang issues in the context of the racialized poverty in Winnipeg's North End. 

Atrocity photo exhibit: Ends Oct. 31


Dr. Denis Bracken

Denis BrackenSocial Work professor Dr. Bracken is working to improve social work systems for clients and practitioners alike.  

His current research interests include family stress and torture survival, Aboriginal Peoples and the criminal justice system, and the criminal justice response to offenders with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder.

Aimée Craft

aimee craftAimée Craft is an Indigenous lawyer who joined the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Law as an assistant professor in July 2014. She has expertise in Anishinaabe and Canadian Aboriginal law. 

Craft's award-winning 2013 book, Breathing Life Into the Stone Fort Treaty, focuses on understanding and interpreting treaties from an Anishinaabe inaakonigewin (legal) perspective. 

Craft also leads a project on Anishinaabe water law.

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