Category Archives: Indigenous Ground Floor Display

Land-Based Education

Land-based education is about learning from, learning about, and learning for the betterment of the Land on which Indigenous peoples have lived since time immemorial. Indigenous communities across Turtle Island have always had a significant relationship with the environment, and … Continue reading

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2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has officially declared 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages! Across the world, UNESCO is calling for the celebration of Indigenous languages to raise awareness and appreciation for the integral role that … Continue reading

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Indigenous Storywork

This month’s Indigenous Ground Floor Display theme is Indigenous Storywork. The books in the display reflect the rich storytelling traditions of Indigenous peoples across North America. There are examples of traditional stories, young adult dystopias, graphic novels, and scholarship on … Continue reading

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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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