Digital Ogichida, paper ed, OUT OF PRINT

$18.95

Digital Ogichida or Digital Warrior is a new young adult novel by Cree, Ojibwa, Assiniboine, Irish, English, and Scottish writer Jordan Wheeler. Kevin Davis is twenty-something, smart and strong – he wants to blend into contemporary Canadian society and enjoy everything it has to offer. Circumstances, however, dictate otherwise. Skilled at navigating the virtual world, Kevin finds himself at protests and blockades because of a girl and along the way rediscovers his real-world First Nation roots.

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Strong Hearts, Native Lands: Anti-Clearcutting Activism at Grassy Narrows First Nation, paper ed

$27.95

In Strong Hearts, Native Lands: Anti-Clearcutting Activism at Grassy Narrows First Nation, anthropologist Anna J Willow demonstrates that Indigenous people’s decisions to take environmentally protective action cannot be understood apart from political or cultural concerns. By recounting how and why one Anishinaabe community was able to take a stand against the industrial logging that threatens their land-based subsistence and way of life, Willow offers a more complex “and more constructive” understanding of human-environment relationships.

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Buffy Sainte-Marie: It's My Way, paper ed

$24.95

Buffy Sainte-Marie: It's My Way is a 2012 biography written by author Blair Stonechild. It is a unique perspective on the life and times of Cree singer/songwriter, artist, educator, and activist Buffy Sainte-Marie. This Cree woman’s life began in Saskatchewan and has been one of change and transition.  Buffy Sainte-Marie is a symbol of the free expression movement of the 1960s and her powerful songs inspired countless people seeking hope and change.

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Red Power Murders: A DreadfulWater Mystery, The, 3 CDs

$29.95

The Red Power Murders: A DreadfulWater Mystery is a set of audio CDs and is the audio book of the book by the same title. It is the second mystery novel written by Thomas King under the pen name, Hartley GoodWeather. After contributing several Native literary anthologies as well as novels and children's books, King has taken the plunge by writing a murder mystery set on an American reservation somewhere in the Northwest. Thumps DreadfulWater, former California cop with Cherokee ancestry, is on his next case when a retired FBI agent turns up dead in Chinook's local motel.

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Spirits of Our Whaling Ancestors: Revitalizing Makah and Nuu-chah-nulth Traditions, paper ed

$37.75

Spirits of Our Whaling Ancestors: Revitalizing Makah and Nuu-chah-nulth Traditions is a historical study by American Indian Studies professor Charlotte Cote. As a member of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nation, she discusses the decision of the Makah and their relatives, the Nuu-chah-nulth, to resume their traditional practice of hunting the gray whale, after it was removed from the Endangered Species list in 1994. Neither First Nation had exercised their treaty right to hunt whales since commercial whalers had hunted the gray whale to near extinction in the 1920s.

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Conflict in Caledonia: Aboriginal Land Rights and the Rule of Law, hardcover ed.

$121.80

On 28 February 2006, the Six Nations of the Grand River blocked workers from entering a half-built housing development in southern Ontario. They renamed the land Kanonhstaton, “the protected place.” The protest drew attention to the issue of Aboriginal land rights and sparked a series of ongoing events known as the “Caledonia Crisis.” Laura DeVries’ account of the dispute links the actions of local residents, government officials, and the police – and the current of racism released by the conflict – to entrenched non-Aboriginal discourses about law, landscape, and identity.

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Conflict in Caledonia: Aboriginal Land Rights and the Rule of Law, paper ed

$46.15

On 28 February 2006, the Six Nations of the Grand River blocked workers from entering a half-built housing development in southern Ontario. They renamed the land Kanonhstaton, “the protected place.” The protest drew attention to the issue of Aboriginal land rights and sparked a series of ongoing events known as the “Caledonia Crisis.” Laura DeVries’ account of the dispute links the actions of local residents, government officials, and the police – and the current of racism released by the conflict – to entrenched non-Aboriginal discourses about law, landscape, and identity.

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Red Power: A Graphic Novel, paper ed

$6.95

Red Power: A Graphic Novel by Dakota-Anishinaabe artist and journalist Brian Wright-McLeod. Designed for mature readers this 60-page graphic novel is a fictionalized account of the Navajo land struggle at Big Mountain, Arizona in the 1970s. Peabody Mining was actively seeking the federal government's assistance in relocating the Navajo people from their lands so the mining operations could access natural resources from the territory. The Indigenous People resisted and this story is one interpretation of this resistance through the eyes of the main character Billy Moon.

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Pegahmagabow: Life-Long Warrior, paper ed

$19.95

Pegahmagabow: Life-Long Warrior by journalist and historian Adrian Hayes details the life and times of Ojibwe leader and veteran Frances Pegahmagabow (1889-1952). Using personal interviews with friend, family members alongside the archival record, the author explores the early years, wartime exploits, and political activism of this renowned Ojibwe veteran and leader. He joined the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I. On the battlefields of France and Belgium he distinguished himself by winning three decorations for bravery, more than any other Canadian First Nation soldier.

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Red Power Rising: The National Indian Youth Council and the Origins of Native Activism, hardcover ed

$38.95

Red Power Rising: The National Indian Youth Council and the Origins of Native Activism traces the origins of the Red Power movement of Native Americans to the student activism of the National Indian Youth Council (NIYC), founded in Gallup, New Mexico, in 1961. The main goals of this organization were principles of tribal sovereignty, self determination, treaty rights, and cultural preservation. The main characters in the development of this youth organizations were Clyde Warrior, Shirley Hill Witt, Mel Thom, Bruce Wilkie, and Hank Adams.

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