Decolonization: Relate, Relearn, Rework

Book, 2015, 80 pp
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From Geez website:

"We’re excited to bring you our long-awaited issue on Decolonization. We hope this issue sparks understanding, discussion, and action as we work towards reconciliation between Settlers and First Nations peoples in Canada and the U.S.

We’re featuring the voices of several Indigenous writers and activists including Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, Stan McKay, Sylvia McAdam, and Randy Woodley. We’re also covering a range of topics, like Treaties, reclaiming Indigenous language, and decolonizing Christian theology.

Many, many thanks to our guest editors, Leah Gazan and Steve Heinrichs, for working with us to make this issue as strong as possible. You can read their editorial on our website, in which they talk about what decolonization means to them, and what next steps we can take towards reconciliation."

Also see the study guide, available separately as a download or print copy.
"There are good and bad things in our society, successes and failures. But there is only one fundamental reality that remains unaddressed. That is the situation of indigenous peoples. This is the single most important issue before us, whether we are recently arrived in Canada or have been here for centuries." – John Ralston Saul

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