Indigenous Resistance & Decolonization
Indigenous Peoples have taken physical recreational activity – sport – back from the colonizers. One of very few books to show the two edges of sport: it colonized but is now decolonizing.
Realizing a Good Life
Men’s Pathways out of Drugs and Crime
Criminalized men tell us how they overcame trauma, racism, poverty and abuse. Personal and institutional supports of caring are key – being cared for and caring for others.
Country of Poxes
Three Germs and the Taking of Territory
This story of land theft through the course of three diseases exposes how colonialism facilitates illness and profits from it.
We Were Not The Savages, First Nations History, 4th ed.
Collision Between European and Native American Civilizations
The fourth edition of the history of settler colonialism and the European invasion of Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral, unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq.
This House Is Not a Home
A gripping tale that combines fictional characters with real historical events of a time when the housing system dispossessed Indigenous Peoples across the north.
Honouring the Children of Residential Schools
Anishnaabe artist Jackie Traverse’s third colouring book honours the Indigenous Peoples who were colonized by and endured the violence of Canada’s child-stealing systems.
Kaandossiwin, 2nd Edition
How We Come to Know: Indigenous Re-Search Methodologies
Kaandossiwin renders Indigenous research methodologies visible and helps to guard other ways of knowing from colonial repression in academia.
Racism and Colonial Violence in the Helping Professions
Racism is normalized as benevolence in the helping professions of education, social work, public health and justice. What might it look like to transform these professions with anti-racist education and a serious reckoning with colonial history?
This book acknowledges the equity work BIPOC staff do in all institutions as both a burden and a survival mechanism, then explores how this necessary work be done in a less harmful way.
Reconciliation and Indigenous Justice
A Search for Ways Forward
This book provides an account of the ongoing ties between the enduring traumas caused by the residential schools and Indigenous over-incarceration