Research and Reconciliation: Unsettling Ways of Knowing Through Indigenous Relationships, paperback ed.

$59.95

Research and Reconciliation: Unsettling Ways of Knowing Through Indigenous Relationships by Shawn Wilson, Opaskwayak Cree from northern Manitoba; Andrea Breen and Lindsay DuPré, Métis, is an edited collection by leading scholars who seek to disrupt Eurocentric research methods by introducing students, professors, administrators, and practitioners to frameworks of Indigenous research methods through a lens of reconciliation.

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Hope Matters, paperback ed.

$18.00

Hope Matters, written by multiple award-winner Lee Maracle, in collaboration with her daughters Columpa Bobb and Tania Carter, members of the Sto:lo Nation, focuses on the journey of Indigenous people from colonial beginnings to reconciliation. Maracle states that the book, "is also about the journey of myself and my two daughters." During their youth, Bobb and Carter wrote poetry with their mother, and eventually they all decided that one day they would write a book together. This book is the result of that dream.

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La vie autochtone au Canada: au passé, au présent et au futur : Les pensionnats autochtones (Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present and Future: Residential Schools) hardcover ed.

$32.95

La vie autochtone au Canada: au passé, au présent et au futur : Les pensionnats autochtones (Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future, Residential Schools) is part of a set of 32-page books produced by Red Line Editorial for Beech Street Books and edited by Marie Pearson. Designed for elementary students from grades 4 to 7 the books offer introductions to the history of Indigenous Peoples in the story of Canada. Residential School by Heather Hudak has six chapters. Chapter one defines residential schools by discussing culture, false stereotypes, missionaries and government action.

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La vie autochtone au Canada: au passé, au présent et au futur : La rafle des années 1960 (Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future: Sixties Scoop), hardcover ed.

$32.95

La vie autochtone au Canada: au passé, au présent et au futur : La rafle des années 1960 (Indigenous Life in Canada: Past, Present, Future - Sixties Scoop) is part of a set of 32-page books produced by Red Line Editorial for Beech Street Books and edited by Marie Pearson. Designed for elementary students from grades 4 to 7 the books offer introductions to the history of Indigenous Peoples in the story of Canada. Sixties Scoop by Erin Nicks has six chapters.

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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.

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Orange Shirt Story Lesson Plan, The, French, paper ed.

$7.99

The Orange Shirt Story Lesson Plan in French by Phyllis Webstad includes the following: Brainstorming Activity, Letter Writing, T-Shirt Design Activity, Comprehension Questions, Colouring, Crossword Puzzle, Word Search and Discussion for Grade 7 and older. This lesson plan can be used in conjunction with The Orange Shirt Story. The Orange Shirt Story by Phyllis Webstad, Northern Secwepemc (Shuswap) from the Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation (Canoe Creek Indian Band), explains the truth behind Orange Shirt Day held each September 30th. The storyteller describes her first day attending  St.

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Orange Shirt Story Lesson Plan, The, paper ed.

$7.99

The Orange Shirt Story Lesson Plan by Phyllis Webstad includes the following: Brainstorming Activity, Letter Writing, T-Shirt Design Activity, Comprehension Questions, Colouring, Crossword Puzzle, Word Search and Discussion for Grade 7 and older. This lesson plan can be used in conjunction with The Orange Shirt Story. The Orange Shirt Story by Phyllis Webstad, Northern Secwepemc (Shuswap) from the Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation (Canoe Creek Indian Band), explains the truth behind Orange Shirt Day held each September 30th. The storyteller describes her first day attending  St.

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Le chandail orange de Phyllis, hardcover ed. French

$11.95

Le chandail orange de Phyllis (Phyllis’s Orange Shirt) is written by Phyllis Webstad who is Northern Secwépemc (Shuswap) from the Stswecem’c Xgat’tem First Nation, translated by Marie-Christine Payette, and illustrated by Brock Nicol. This book is an adaptation of Phyllis’s The Orange Shirt Story. Phyllis’s Orange Shirt is suitable for 4 to 6 year-olds and while based on the original story, this version has been simplified, shortened, has a rhyming scheme and gentler images. This is Phyllis’s story of living on the Dog Creek Reserve picking berries, gardening and fishing.

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Orange Shirt Day, hardcover ed.

$32.99

Orange Shirt Day tells the story of Orange Shirt Day, a day observed annually on September 30th to honour residential school survivors and their families, and to remember those who did not make it. This book explores the historical impact on Indigenous people in order to create champions who will walk a path of reconciliation through Orange Shirt Day, promoting the message that Every Child Matters. The Orange Shirt Society is a non-profit society based in Williams Lake BC that grew out of the events in 2013 inspired by Chief Robbins' vision for reconciliation.

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