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We Are the Stars

An emerging Lakota scholar’s critical interrogation of settler-colonial nations that re-centers Oceti Sakowin (Dakota) women as the tribe’s traditional culture keepers and bearers.
 
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kâ-pî-isi-kiskisiyân / The Way I Remember

A residential school survivor finds his way back to his language and culture through his family’s traditional stories.

When reflecting on forces that have shaped his life, Solomon Ratt says his education ...

Opimotewina wina kapagamawat Witigowa / Journeys of The One to Strike the Wetigo

A first-hand account of a Swampy Cree boy’s experiences growing up in the Saskatchewan River Delta, one of the world’s largest inland deltas and one of North America’s most important ecosystems. ...

nehiyawetan kikinahk? / Speaking Cree in the Home

A hands-on guide for parents and caregivers to develop best practices in revitalizing and teaching Cree to young children.
In nēhiyawētān kīkināhk /Speaking Cree in the Home, Belinda Daniels ...

nehiyawetan kikinahk? / Speaking Cree in the Home

A hands-on guide for parents and caregivers to develop best practices in revitalizing and teaching Cree to young children.
In nēhiyawētān kīkināhk /Speaking Cree in the Home, Belinda Daniels ...

Walking Together

Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars forward child welfare issues currently impacting Indigenous children in Canada.

Walking Together is the seventh title in the Voices of the Prairies series. Developed ...

âhkami-nêhiyawêtân

An important language resource that helps intermediate nêhiyawêwin learners begin to understand more advanced grammar of the language.
Building on mâci-nêhiyawêwin / Beginning Cree, Solomon Ratt’s ...

Owóknage

Born out of a meticulous, well-researched historical and current traditional land-use study led by Cega̔ K´iɳna Nakoda Oyáté (Carry the Kettle Nakoda First Nation), Owóknage is the first book to ...

The Boy from Buzwah

Cecil King’s remarkable memoir, from humble beginnings on a reservation to his unparalleled legacy to ensure Indian Control of Indian Education in Canada.

“Through my eyes, my community was creative, ...

kayās nōhcīn

Mary Louise (née Bangs) Rockthunder, wêpanâkit, was an Elder of Cree, Saulteaux, and Nakoda descent. Born in 1913, raised and married at nēhiyawipwātināhk / Piapot First Nation, Mary Louise, a ...