Lubicon Lake Nation: Indigenous Knowledge and Power, The, paper ed

$26.00

Many argue that the Lubicon, a small Cree nation in northern Alberta, have been denied their unalienable right to self-determination by the Canadian government. In a country such as Canada, some see the struggle of the Lubicon people as an enduring reminder that certain democratic principles and basic freedoms are still kept from minorities, indigenous groups in particular. The Lubicon Lake Nation strives, through a critique of historically-constructed colonial images, to analyze the Canadian government's actions vis-Ó-vis the rights of the Lubicon people.

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Ending Denial: Understanding Aboriginal Issues, paper ed

$34.25

Ending Denial: Understanding Aboriginal Issues is a book originally published by Broadview Press and now reissued by the University of Toronto Press. Written by Wayne Warry, an applied medical anthropologist at McMaster University, the book examines our current understanding of Aboriginal issues in Canada. Written as an answer to neo-conservative political commentators and the mainstream media, the book offers brief essays that challenge the views that promote integration and assimilation as the saviors of First Nations social issues.

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Askiwina: A Cree World, paper ed

$19.95

Askiwina: A Cree World is a collection of newspaper articles and features written by Cree reporter and writer Doug Cuthand. Organized as history the essays offer a glimpse into the Cree world as well as contemporary First Nations communities throughout Canada. The first section covers the importance of the land and the environment. Within each of the five sections, the author profiles significant First Nations leaders of the past and present. Section two discusses history as First Nations see it. The importance and power of words are discussed in section three.

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Wisdomkeepers: Meetings with Native American Spiritual Elders, reprint, hardcover ed

$54.95

Wisdomkeepers: Meetings with Native American Spiritual Elders is a reprint of the book by the same name originally published in 1990. Writers Harvey Arden and Steve Wall met with traditional Elders across North America beginning in 1981 as they journeyed across the continent to locate and interview keepers of traditional knowledge. They met with Elders from the Lakota, Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga, Ojibwe, Hopi, Seminole, Ute, Pawnee, Shinnecock, Hoh, and Lumbee Nations to gather information that became the core of the book. Photographer Steve Wall snapped images of the Elders and the land.

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Hollow Tree: Fighting Addiction with Traditional Native Healing, The, paper ed

$17.95

The Hollow Tree: Fighting Addiction with Traditional Native Healing is Herb Nabigon's personal healing journey from addiction through the caring guidance of Cree Elders and the spiritual teachings of the Four Directions. Nabigon recounts his early life growing up at Pic Mobert First Nation. He attended residential school and left school prior to graduation. His life became one where short-term employment was normal due to his abuse of alcohol. Finally later in life he was drawn to traditional healers and spiritual traditions.

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Wisdom of the Elders: Native and Scientific Ways of Knowing About Nature, paper ed

$24.95

Wisdom of the Elders: Native and Scientific Ways of Knowing About Nature was first published in 1992. This new edition contains a revised introduction along with the collection of quotes purportedly from Indigenous Peoples from cultures around the world. The authors draw from ecology and biology for essential themes drawn from modern science and combine these with Native perspectives about the natural world and the relationships of humans with nature. Both authors believe the Native perspective is just as valid as the one based on western science.

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Concise History of Canada's First Nations, A, 2nd edition, paper ed

$83.95

Metis historian and author Olive P. Dickason's second edition of A Concise History of Canada's First Nations. This updated and revised edition was released to make the content of the classic text accessible to high school students and undergraduates as well as the general public. Chapters are streamlined and contain more topic headings as well as highlight boxes of specific information.

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Wasáse: Indigenous Pathways of Action and Freedom, paper ed

$35.95

Wasáse: Indigenous Pathways of Action and Freedom is the work of Taiaiake Alfred. The word Wasáse is the Kanienkeha (Mohawk) word for the ancient war dance ceremony of unity, strength, and commitment to action. The author notes, "This book traces the journey of those Indigenous people who have found a way to transcend the colonial identities which are the legacy of our history and live as Onkwehonwe, original people.

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Finding My Talk: How Fourteen Native Women Reclaimed Their Lives After Residential School, paper ed

$19.95

14 First Nations, Inuit, and Metis women from across Canada comment on their experiences at residential schools. Several are writers and most are educators but all believe that Aboriginal People must in the future continue to control their children's education. A celebration of the resistance, resilience and achievements of Native women demonstrating that there can be a good life after residential school.

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Wisdomkeepers: Meetings with Native American Spiritual Elders, reprint, paper

$0.00

Wisdomkeepers: Meetings with Native American Spiritual Elders is a reprint of the book by the same name originally published in 1990. Writers Harvey Arden and Steve Wall met with traditional Elders across North America beginning in 1981 as they journeyed across the continent to locate and interview keepers of traditional knowledge. They met with Elders from the Lakota, Mohawk, Seneca, Onondaga, Ojibwe, Hopi, Seminole, Ute, Pawnee, Shinnecock, Hoh, and Lumbee Nations to gather information that became the core of the book. Photographer Steve Wall snapped images of the Elders and the land.

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