Warrior Life: Indigenous Resistance and Resurgence, paper ed.

$22.00

In Warrior Life: Indigenous Resistance and Resurgence, Pamela Palmater, Mi'kmaw lawyer, author, speaker and activist, addresses a range of Indigenous issues — empty political promises, ongoing racism, sexualized genocide, government lawlessness, and the lie that is reconciliation — and makes the complex political and legal implications accessible to the public.

Price: $22.00

Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada: A Mechanism of Decolonization, paper ed.

$27.00

Indigenous Women’s Theatre in Canada: A Mechanism of Decolonization by Sarah MacKenzie, an Anishinaabe/Métis/Scottish, feminist scholar and activist, writes that despite a recent increase in the productivity and popularity of Indigenous playwrights in Canada, most critical and academic attention has been devoted to the work of male dramatists, leaving female writers on the margins.

Price: $27.00

Fighting For A Hand To Hold, hardcover ed.

$29.95

Fighting for a Hand to Hold: Confronting Medical Colonialism against Indigenous Children in Canada by Samir Shaheen-Hussain, with a foreword by Cindy Blackstock, Gitxsan activist; and afterword by Katsi’tsakwas Ellen Gabriel, Kanien’kehá:ka Nation – Turtle Clan and Kanehsatà:ke Mohawk Territory  Indigenous Human Rights Activist. Fighting for a Hand to Hold is part of the project launched by healthcare providers in January 2018, where the #aHand2Hold campaign confronted the Quebec government's practice of separating children from their families during medical evacuation airlifts, which dispr

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Decolonizing and Indigenizing Education in Canada, paper ed.

$59.95

Decolonizing and Indigenizing Education in Canada edited by Sheila Cote-Meek, an Anishnaabe-Kwe from the Teme-Augama Anishnabai, and Taima Moeke-Pickering, Maori of the Ngati Pukeko and Tuhoe Tribes from Aotearoa - New Zealand, is an expansive collection exploring the complexities of decolonization and indigenization of post-secondary institutions.

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Becoming Our Future Global Indigenous Curatorial Practice, paper ed.

$40.00

Becoming Our Future, edited by Julie Nagam, Anishinaabe/Métis/German/Syrian; Carly Lane, a Murri woman from Queensland; and Megan Tamati-Quennell (Te Ātiawa, Ngāi Tahu), of Māori descent, investigates international Indigenous methodologies in curatorial practice from the geographic spaces of Canada, Aotearoa (New Zealand) and Australia. From a perspective of Indigenous peoples important place within society, this collection explores how Indigenous art and culture operate within and from a structural framework that is unique and is positioned outside of the non-Indigenous cultural milieu.

Price: $40.00

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