Raven Sinclair (Ótiskewápíwskew)\
Doing Anti-Oppressive Social Work, 4th ed.
Rethinking Theory and Practice
This book continues the strong tradition of three editions but adds new issues and cutting-edge critical reflection of anti-oppressive practice.
Ohpikiihaakan-ohpihmeh (Raised somewhere else)
A 60s Scoop Adoptee’s Story of Coming Home
The personal story of a 60s scoop survivor — the loss, the trauma and the journey to heal.
Aboriginal Social Work in Canada
Wícihitowin is the first Canadian social work book written by First Nations, Inuit and Métis authors who are educators at schools of social work across Canada. The book begins by presenting foundational theoretical perspectives that develop an understanding of the history of colonization and theories of decolonization and Indigenist social work. It goes on to explore issues and aspects of social work practice with Indigenous people to assist educators, researchers, students and practitioners to create effective and respectful approaches to social work with diverse populations. Traditional Indigenous knowledge that challenges and transforms the basis of social work with Indigenous and other peoples comprises a third section of the book. Wícihitowin concludes with an eye to the future, which the authors hope will continue to promote the innovations and creativity presented in this groundbreaking work.