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Book Launch – Brighter Days Ahead

Tuesday Nov 19 2013 7:00 pm, Saskatoon, Travel Alcove

Brighter Days Ahead

Brighter Days Ahead features the stories and photographs of nine individuals who share their experiences of gang involvement. The men involved in this project were provided with cameras to document how poverty, violence, trauma and gang set space has come to shape their notions of identity and masculinity. The content is powerful and honest, with themes of resiliency and identity as the men work their way out of the gang lifestyle.

Robert Henry is Metis from Prince Albert, SK and currently a PhD student in the Department of Native Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. His current research focuses on utilizing modified photovoice methods to understand the role of masculinity in Indigenous street gangs in the Prairies. He currently lectures in the Department of Native Studies on Indigenous gangs, and in the College of Education on anti-racist/oppressive education and educational psychology. Robert is currently working with Dr. Caroline Tait with men who are affected by FASD and their relationships with the law; as well as the role of fatherhood with Indigenous men whose children have been a part of the child welfare system. Robert also sits on local prevention and intervention committees that look to address street gangs.