Below the Radar
Below the Radar
Nov 10, 2020
Decolonial Planning and Community Health — with Lyana Patrick
Play • 54 min
Community-engaged scholar and filmmaker Lyana Patrick joins Am Johal to discuss how an Indigenous approach to community-building can positively impact the health and wellness of communities. Combining a diverse interdisciplinary background with her own lived experience, Lyana’s work addresses the ongoing colonial impacts of governance and urban planning on Indigenous community health.

In this episode, Lyana also speaks to the importance of relationships and reciprocity in filmmaking and telling community stories, making the distinction between telling stories for communities, not simply about them.

SFU’s Community-Engaged Research Initiative:
https://www.sfu.ca/ceri.html

Blog: Announcing Lyana Patrick as CERi Researcher-in-Residence:
https://www.sfu.ca/ceri/blog/2020/meet-researcher-in-residence-lyana-patrick.html

Lyana's films "A Place to Belong" and "The Train Station" played at VIFF 2020:
https://bit.ly/3eL8PJX
https://bit.ly/32vVgZU
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