Welcome to British North America: Governance of British North America is one of the six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Governance the readers are provided with simple details about the French and British and their ways of life in the years following the split of Upper and Lower Canada.
Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition: A Resource for Educators, The Importance of Indigenous Perspectives in Children's Environmental Inquiry was revised and reissued following the release of the recommendations by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The Indigenous lens in this edition represents a cross-cultural encounter supporting what can become an ongoing dialogue and evolution of practice in environmental inquiry. Some important questions are raised that challenge educators to think in very different ways about things as fundamental as the meaning of knowledge.
Policing Indigenous Movements: Dissent and the Security State documents the country’s national security systems and their methods when policing Indigenous activists and organizations as they demonstrate and seek to protect Indigenous territories and resources in the face of government-supported resource extraction. In measures to protect the land, prevent pipeline development and fracking, land and water defenders have created a national discussion about these issues and successfully slowed the rate of resource extraction.
21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act: Helping Canadians Make Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples a Reality written by Bob Joseph founder of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. is a member of the Gwawaenuk Nation. This 178-page book is an essential guide to understanding the legal document and its repercussion on generations of First Nations, written by a leading cultural sensitivity trainer.
#NotYourPrincess: Voices of Native American Women is compiled and edited by Mary Beth Leatherdale and Lisa Charleyboy for Annick Press in a similar format of their preceding volume Dreaming in Indian. The work of 58 Indigenous women from the USA and Canada contribute to this collection of art, photography, poetry, memoir, blog segments, essays, opinion pieces, interviews, and news articles have been organized into four sections: The Ties that Bind Us; It Could Have Been Me; I Am Not Your Princess; and Pathfinders.
Love Beyond Body, Space & Time: An Indigenous LGBT Sci-fi Anthology are stories Indigenous writers, LGBT and/or two-spirit and their allies, and they deliberately employ science fiction and fantasy as a way of imagining a future that is positively Indigenous and positively LGBT, but also simply, plainly positive.