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Emma Larocque Levez

Professor of Native Studies

University of Manitoba

HQ Phone: (204) 474-8786

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University of Manitoba

15 Gillson St

Wpg, Manitoba R3T 5V6

Canada

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The University of Manitoba is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace.Application are encouraged from qualified applicants including members of visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, people with disabilities, people of all sexual orientat ... more

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Employment History

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Affiliations

Board Member
Powell River Community Foundation

Board of Trustees Member
Powell River Public Library

Co-Founder and Executive Member
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Literacy Outreach Coordinator
Powell River Company LTD

Education

Bachelor of Arts degree

English and Communications

Goshen College

Master of Arts

Peace Studies

Associated Mennonite Seminaries

PhD

Interdisciplinary History , English and Women's Studies

Manitoba

degree

Communication and English

Goshen College

diploma

Camrose Junior College

doctorate

Interdisciplinary Studies in History/English

University of Manitoba

interdisciplinary PhD

The University of Manitoba

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"It's always seeing aboriginal people as ...

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"It's always seeing aboriginal people as social problems, always assuming maybe they are drunk, maybe they are violent, maybe they are scary," said Emma LaRocque, a University of Manitoba native studies professor.


Emma LaRocque, a Métis woman ...

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Emma LaRocque, a Métis woman and professor of Native Studies at the University of Manitoba, wrote to the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry about the dangers associated with stereotyping Aboriginal women:

The portrayal of the squaw is one of the most degraded, most despised and most dehumanized anywhere in the world. The 'squaw' is the female counterpart to the Indian male 'savage' and as such she has no human face; she is lustful, immoral, unfeeling and dirty.
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Emma LaRocque, written presentation to the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry hearings, 5 February 1990.
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[24] Emma LaRocque, written presentation to the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry hearings, 5 February 1990. [25] See Amnesty International. (2004). Stolen Sisters: Discrimination and Violence Against Indigenous Women in Canada. Ottawa, ON: Amnesty International. B.C. Government. (2005). Researched to Death: B.C. Aboriginal Women and Violence. B.C. Women's Hospital and Health Centre. Brzozowski, J., Taylor-Butts, A., Johnson, S. (2006). Victimization and Offending Among the Aboriginal Population in Canada. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics. Ipsos Reid. (2006). Aboriginal Women and Family Violence. Ottawa, ON: Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. METRAC. (2001). Statistics Sheet: Sexual Assault. Toronto, ON: METRAC. Statistics Canada. (2008). Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Victims of Homicide in Canada, by Sex and Accused-victim Relationship, 1997-2004. Ottawa, ON: Statistics Canada.Statistics Canada. (2006). Measuring Violence Against Women Statistical Trends 2006. Ottawa, ON: Statistics Canada. The Roads to End Violence. Fact Sheet. Gander, NL: The Roads to End Violence.


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