Indigenous History Month
June is National Indigenous History month, a time for acknowledging and celebrating
Indigenous traditions, values, and cultures, as well as the strength and resilience
of Indigenous Nations and communities.
Below is a reading list of resources which can be accessed online through the Library.
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The right relationship: reimagining the implementation of historical treaties
by John Borrows
Treaty Elders of Saskatchewan: Our dream is that our peoples will day be clearly recognized
by Harold Cardinal & Walter Hildebrandt
Clearing the Plains: Disease, Politics of Starvation, and Loss of Aboriginal Life
by James Daschuk
Alliances: Re/Envisioning Indigenous-non-Indigenous Relationships
by Lynne Davis
Integrating Aboriginal Perspectives into the School Curriculum: Purposes, Possibilities,
by Yatta Kannu
What We Have Learned: Principles of Truth and Reconciliation
by Murray Sinclair
Restoring the balance : First Nations women, community, and culture
by Gail Valaskakis
by Chelsea Vowel