IDN: Indigenous Cultures and Histories
IDN - Topic Areas Home Page
This will take you back to the Topic Areas home board with cross-disciplinary materials on:
  • Indigenous 101;
  • Indigenous Worldviews and Knowledges;
  • Indigenous Cultures and Histories;
  • History of Colonization;
  • Current Issues;
  • Resistance, Decolonization, Indigenization, and Reconciliation
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Intercollegiate Decolonizing Network (IDN) - Home
This will take you to the general home board of the IDN, which has information on:
  • Indigenous 101;
  • Indigenous media;
  • Decolonizing Education;
  • Information about the IDN;
  • Local events and issues;
  • Indigenous organizations;
  • Indigenous public figures.
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It is important to remember that Indigenous nations are very diverse. Not only are there First Nations, Inuit, and Métis nations, but there are many First Nations, each with their own histories, cultures, and languages. Furthermore, there is much variation among Inuit communities. While there are some commonalities when it comes to the importance of the relationship to the land and the effects of colonization, it is important to keep the distinctiveness of each nation, each community, and each individual in mind. For more on the differences between the above terms, please see the "Terminology" section on the Indigenous 101 board.
The Serviceberry: An Economy of Abundance – Robin Wall Kimmerer
As Robin Wall Kimmerer harvests serviceberries alongside the birds, she considers the ethic of reciprocity that lies at the heart of the gift economy.
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--ganienkeh.net-- Information from the People of Ganienkeh
Ganienkeh Manifesto [ pdf 501kb ] Original 1974 version by Louis Hall (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader ) [ HTML version ] Minor Syntax Edits
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About Us — IndigenousEcon.org
"Let me be a free man, free to travel, free to stop, free to work, free to trade where I choose, free to choose my own teachers, free to follow the religion of my fathers, free to talk, think, and act for myself." Chief Joseph, Nez Perce, 1879
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Inside Tuktoyaktuk's underground icehouse | CBC News
Carved from the permafrost, the freezer has been closed to tourists since 2016 — but photographer Chris Kelly got a rare look inside.
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Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada
In this atlas, you will find outstanding reference maps of Indigenous Canada, as well as a section devoted to Truth and Reconciliation, including detailed pages on many aspects of the topic with contemporary and historical photography, maps and more.
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Premiers Peuples - Exposition permanente au Musée McCord
Partez à la découverte de l'héritage des Premiers Peuples, véritable témoin de la richesse de leurs cultures et de leurs identités.
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NativeLand.ca
Welcome to Native Land. This is a resource for North Americans (and others) to find out more about local Indigenous territories and languages.
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