Claiming Anishinaabe: Decolonizing the Human Spirit by Lynn Gehl, an Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe from the Ottawa River Valley, offers her perspective on the process of a court battle to gain Indian status under the Indian Act. Published by the University of Regina Press this collection of essays presents Gehl’s methods of decolonization that assist her in reclaiming her human spirit. Her book is organized into four main parts: Identity; Indigenous Knowledge; Indigenous Teachings and Ways of Being; and Contemporary Indigenous Issues. These areas cover a range of topics such as sovereignty, self-determination, gendered politics of the Indian Act, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Creator’s First Pipe, Moon Ceremony, Treaty, Status, Indian Mothers and Their Babies, Anishinaabe Clan System of Governance, Honouring Jeannette Corbiere-Lavell, and protecting sacred Indigenous places such as Chaudiere Falls and the Islands. This 176-page book includes a list of Ojibwe terns and detailed references.