Robin Margaret King Stonefish named winner of 2020 Scholarship for Research in Violence Against Indigenous Women – OISE

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Robin Margaret King Stonefish named winner of 2020 Scholarship for Research in Violence Against Indigenous Women – OISE

by ahnationtalk on January 26, 202121 Views

At the heart of her academic work, Robin Margaret King Stonefish is carrying on the tradition set by her auntie and mother.

King Stonefish, a first-year doctoral student at OISE and the first-ever recipient of the 2020-2021 Bonnie Burstow Scholarship for Research in Violence Against Indigenous Women, will be studying ways to help learners overcome barriers they experience in learning about their language and culture.

King Stonefish pledges to work to eliminate those systemic barriers – especially for Indigenous women. “What I would hope to see out of this process is to develop resources and tools for others to help overcome some of the barriers to fulfilling Lifelong Learning,” she said.

Read More: https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/oise/News/2021/Robin_Margaret_King_Stonefish_named_winner_of_2020_Scholarship_for_Research_in_Violence_Against_Indigenous_Women.html

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