Supporters of Haudenosaunee Right to Hunt inviting residents to take part in educational workshop
The Supporters of Haudenosaunee Right to Hunt are inviting organizations and individuals to take part in an educational workshop to be held during next month, during the annual deer hunt season.
Spokesperson Stephanie Piovesan says they will be holding a full day conference and have already received workshop proposals from "several Indigenous perspectives as well as a proposal for a session on decolonizing the animal rights movement."
The deadline for proposals is October 15th. They can be submitted by email to email@example.com.
The group was founded in 2014 to support Indigenous Canadians' inherent and treaty rights.
The annual Haudenosaunee Deer Harvest in Short Hills Provincial Park, on the border of St. Catharines and Pelham gets underway October 22nd and runs until January 17th.
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