January 21, 2013 Facebook Twitter Linkedin

Don Kerr, a Department of Sociology professor, was quoted in the Globe and Mail weighing in on the Idle No More movement. An expert in the field of social demography, Kerr explains that due to the young median age of aboriginal Canadians broader social issues are not currently in line with their needs. The article suggests that this discrepancy is a major factor influencing the support for the Idle No More movement.

To read the full story visit www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/whats-behind-the-explosion-of-native-activism-young-people/article7552791/

Visit Don Kerr's bio page at www.kings.uwo.ca/academics/kings-faculty/faculty-biographies/don-kerr/