What legal frameworks inform indigenous law in the Anishinaabe cultural tradition?

Aimée Craft, legal scholar specializing in indigenous perspectives on treaties and Canadian aboriginal law

Indigenous legal scholar Aimée Craft discusses the interconnectedness of spiritual, natural, customary and human laws as bases for indigenous legal practices, emphasizing the dynamic evolution of these interrelated frameworks in a changing world.

Aimée Craft, NOW Conference, Canada, 2017
Anishinaabe Nibi Inaakonigewin Report

Bifrost gratefully acknowledges Prof. Robert Boschman of Mount Royal University and the leadership of the research network NIES for all their valuable work and support behind the scenes that helped make the interview excerpted in this video possible. Grateful acknowledgment is also made to Mount Royal University and the conference Under Western Skies 2016, where the interview was filmed.
Credit: Hartman, Steven, Peter Norrman and Aimée Craft. What legal frameworks inform indigenous law in the Anishinaabe cultural tradition? Originally published in bifrostonline.org, 30 November 2017 (CC BY-SA 2.0)