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Decolonization, Indigenization and Reconciliation: Companion Resource Guide

Recommended resources for the Pîkiskwêtân Indigenous Learning Series workshops

Recommended Resources Guide

This guide aims to recommend resources for reading, viewing and listening to complement the workshop: Decolonization, Indigenization and Reconciliation: What Does it Mean and How does it Affect Me? The workshop is offered by Manon Tremblay and is part of Pîkiskwêtân: The Indigenous Learning Series, organized by Concordia's Indigenous Directions Leadership Council

Pick a tab on the left to find resources related to the topics covered in the workshop.   

a few featured books - pick a tab on the left to discover many more resources

cover of guide
Colonized classrooms
As We Have Always Done
Land Back : A Yellowhead Institute Red Paper
Indigenous and Decolonizing Studies in Education

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"Online newspaper based in Kahnawake. Covers news, sports and features that are of and of interest to Kahnawake... since October 2008"

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"The Eastern Door  is a community-based newspaper serving the community of Kahnawake since 1992."

"The Nation Magazine is the only independent Indigenous news source serving the Cree of James Bay."

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 "Launched in 1988 by the Union of Ontario Indians (UOI), a corporate political advocate for member communities of the Anishinabek Nation, to foster pride and share knowledge about Anishinabek current affairs, culture, political objectives and accomplishments."

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"Published since 1975, Nunatsiaq News is the newspaper of record for Nunavut and the Nunavik territory of Quebec."

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Launched in May 2020, IndigiNews covers news of the Okanagan Valley and Vancouver Island in British Columbia with the goal of allowing “Indigenous stories to be heard, understood and respected."

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*yes, this is a satirical Indigenous news site, founded and run by Tim Fontaine "Founder, Editor-in-Grand-Chief and Head Writer".