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Professor Kyle Willmott discusses anti-Indigenous politics in APTN News interview
March 11, 2022
Sociology Assistant Professor Kyle Willmott was recently interviewed by APTN News, a national news program covering stories from an Indigenous perspective.
In the interview, Willmott explores his research on fizcalized racism and anti-Indigenous politics. The interview comes after the release of two of his recent articles: "Taxes, taxpayers, and settler colonialism: Toward a critical fiscal sociology of tax as white property," published in Law & Society Review in February of this year; and "Anti-Indigenous policy formation: Settler colonialism and neoliberal political advocacy," published in the Canadian Review of Sociology in October 2021.
The full interview can be found below (beginning at 9:30):