Unconscious coloniality reinforces inequity and exclusion of Indigenous peoples in STEM. Métis paleobiologist Az Klymiuk outlines ways individuals can become agents for cultural change by implementing decolonizing actions.
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kinanâskomitin êkwa maarsii, Warren Cardinal-McTeague, for discussion and comments.
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Klymiuk, A.A. Addressing unconscious coloniality and decolonizing practice in geoscience. Nat Rev Earth Environ 2, 745–746 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s43017-021-00235-y
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