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Bibliography of resources on this subject guide compiled by Janice Linton, with thanks to the many people who provide suggestions for new resources to be added. See For Brian Sinclair. These articles will provide additional information and examples about racism, including systemic racism, internalized racism, and racial microaggressions.
This article explores the use of mentorship as a source of support for Indigenous post-secondary students and as a way to disrupt the dominance of Western worldviews in academic institutions. Although there is a significant amount of literature written on the topic of mentorship, very little of it describes how educators can actually conceptualize the idea of providing mentorship to students. Adams, K. Experiences of Urban Australian Indigenous peer mentors in a non-communicable disease prevention program.
Racism, colonialism, and indigeneity in Canada : a reader
Indigenous peoples--Canada--Social conditions. Indigenous peoples--Colonization--Canada. Racism, colonialism, and indigeneity in Canada : a reader. Contributors: Cannon, Martin J.
The second edition includes sixteen new readings that explore significant developments and events, including the Idle No More movement, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's 94 "Calls to Action," and increasing awareness of reported missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Expanded editor introductions provide a descriptive framework of understanding for the readings that follow, and a fully-developed pedagogical program encourages thorough consideration of new topics, such as resistance and self-determination, Indigenous health and wellbeing, and gendered violence. The careful blending of academic authority and lived Indigenous experience makes Racism, Colonialism, and Indigeneity in Canada an essential text for understanding contemporary Indigenous issues and their underpinnings of racism and colonial injustice.
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Module 6: Indigeneity and Colonialism
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Social Work & Policy Studies: Social Justice, Practice and Theory
This paper situates Euro-Western sport within a broader settler colonial logic of elimination that frames Indigenous bodies, cultures, and ideas within a politics of containment in the production of the colonized masculine subject. We use three examples to illustrate our argument, including an examination of the use of Euro-Western sport and physical culture in Indian Residential Schools, the definitional confinement of diverse and constantly adapting Indigenous cultures within contemporary Canadian sport policies, and finally the representational fixing of Indigenous masculinities within stereotypes of the hyper-masculine warrior in dominant sport media. However, sport and physical culture are also central to processes of Indigenous resilience, resurgence, and decolonization and, while these themes run throughout the paper, they are explicitly addressed in the final section.
The contributors to this volume argue that, far from being a post-colonial world, the struggle for independence of polity and culture is still alive and relevant. The book brings together relevant examples of anti-colonial discourse and struggle from across the US and Canada, providing unique perspectives on resistance, activism, scholarship and pedagogy. Anti-colonialism is an evolving framework to which this book hopes to make a unique contribution, with the range, depth and analytical approach of the chapters it contains. The emphasis on anti-colonial resistance here is significant, as it consistently reveals the personal commitment required for the undoing of domination, as well as the ways in which people can collectively pursue radical politics in their aim of bringing about social justice. Chapters also look at the movement for Africentric schools in Toronto, provide an annotated and comparative look at the myriad struggles for and by the Fourth World and Fourth World nations, and analyze the creation of an anti-colonial classroom in a Montreal university.
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Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Brusky, Joe. Water is Life.
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