Salina Kemp

Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network (UAKN)
Participates in 1 Session

Salina Kemp is an Urban Indigenous woman, a member of the Millbrook First Nation, and a graduate student at Saint Mary's University pursuing a Master of Art's in Atlantic Canada Studies. During her time at Saint Mary's University she has been a student representative for the President's Task Force, the treasurer for the Saint Mary's University Indigenous Student Society, and currently sits on the Indigenous Student Advisory Committee. She has been a team member on several community driven research projects in partnership with the Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre and the Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network, such as "Wi’kupaltimk: Feast of Forgiveness" a film exploring food security for urban Indigenous people living in Halifax. In addition to her experience within both the urban Indigenous community and the academic community she has been a researcher for the National Centre for Collaboration in Indigenous Education, and a member of the All Nations Drummers women's drum group.

Exhibitionist debunker of ideas 


Sessions in which Salina Kemp participates

Saturday November 3, 2018

4:00 PM
4:00 PM
Brooke Deere
Montreal Urban Aboriginal Community Strategy Network
Indigneous Youth Leader
James Whetung
Michi Saagig Anishnabe
Manomin harvester/revitalizer/community leader
Salina Kemp
Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network (UAKN)
Ryan McMahon
Makoons Media Group
Comedian/Media personality
Treena Delormier
Center for Indigenous Peoples Nutrition and Environment -McGill University
Associate Director & Associate Professor