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Peace, Power, Righteousness: An Indigenous Manifesto
This visionary manifesto, first published in 1999, has significantly improved our understanding of First Nations' issues. Taiaiake Alfred calls for the indigenous peoples of North America to moveExpand
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Wasáse: Indigenous Pathways of Action and Freedom
Foreword Acknowledgements First Words Rebellion of the Truth Paths of Least Resistance The Ethics of Courage Regardless of the Consequences Sacred Protectors Colonial Stains on our Existence ImperialExpand
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Being Indigenous: Resurgences against Contemporary Colonialism
Abstract In this article, we discuss strategies for resisting further encroachment on Indigenous existences by Settler societies and states – and as well multinational corporations and other eliteExpand
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Unsettling the Settler Within: Indian Residential Schools, Truth Telling, and Reconciliation in Canada
Foreword by Taiaiake Alfred Acknowledgments Introduction: A Settler's Call to Action 1 An Unsettling Pedagogy of History and Hope 2 Rethinking Reconciliation: Truth Telling, Restorying History,Expand
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The emergent consensus of indigenous people involved with the British Columbia Treaty Commission (BCTC) is that the current process has failed. The shared rational and emotional foundation of thisExpand
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Cultural Strength: Restoring the Place of Indigenous Knowledge in Practice and Policy
Indigenous traditions, cultures and identities are not historical artefacts or museum pieces; they are vital and contemporary, and they are critical to indigenous wellbeing and our sharedExpand
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What is Radical Imagination? Indigenous Struggles in Canada
Radical imagination is reenvisioning your existence on this land without the inherited privileges of conquest and empire. It is accepting the fact of a meaningful prior Indigenous presence, andExpand
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