Category Archives: Indigenous Ground Floor Display

Indigenous Feminisms

Post and Display curated by Subhanya Sivajothy For the month of December, the Indigenous ground floor display will feature books on Indigenous Feminisms. Indigenous feminism is both the theory and practice of feminism that is grounded in decolonization and Indigenous … Continue reading

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Louis Riel Day

“I am more convinced everyday that without a single exception I did right. And I have always believed that, as I have acted honestly, the time will come when the people of Canada will see and acknowledge it.” – Louis … Continue reading

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National Inuit Day

In honour of National Inuit Day on November 7, OISE Library has compiled a few of the resources available in the collection about Inuit stories, lives and culture. National Inuit Day falls within Indigenous Education Month, and this post is … Continue reading

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Treaty Recognition Week

November 5 – 10 is Treaty Recognition Week in Ontario. This is part of a series of days bringing awareness to Indigenous issues known as Indigenous Education Month. OISE Library has a number of valuable materials for K-12, postsecondary and … Continue reading

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Learning about Indigenous Issues

Post and Display curated by Subhanya Sivajothy In honour of Indigenous Education Month in November, this month’s display is on learning and developing critical awareness on Indigenous Issues. This Display is especially curated to help settlers and non-Indigenous people learn … Continue reading

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