Everyday Mohawk: Kanien'keha Sata:ti Tsi Tesatawenrie CD is produced by Kaweienon:ni Cook-Peters and Taiaiake Alfred as an aid for individuals learning basic vocabulary and phrases in Akwesasne Mohawk. The CD and laminated chart of terms is organized into sections covering Introduction - Track 1, Meeting People (greetings) - Track 2, Everyday Expressions - Track 3, Numbers - Track 4, the Post Office - Track 5, Dining Out - Track 6, Time - Track 7, Shopping - Track 8, Little Emergencies - Track 9, Travelling Around - Track 10, and Visiting Friends and Family - Track 11.
OUT OF PRINT This title is no longer available from the publisher The Idea of the Noble Savage: Images of Aboriginal Peoples from Columbus to the Present includes two audiocassettes produced by the CBC in 2000. Total time for the two tapes is 78 minutes. Professor Taiaiake Alfred from the University of Victoria discusses the images of Aboriginal Peples with CBC's Michael Enright. Cassette tape 1: Origins - side A Cassette tape 1: Return of the Noble Savage - side B Cassette tape 2: Goodbye to Gitche Gumee - side A
Wasáse: Indigenous Pathways of Action and Freedom is the work of Taiaiake Alfred. The word Wasáse is the Kanienkeha (Mohawk) word for the ancient war dance ceremony of unity, strength, and commitment to action. The author notes, "This book traces the journey of those Indigenous people who have found a way to transcend the colonial identities which are the legacy of our history and live as Onkwehonwe, original people.
In Peace, Power, Righteousness: an indigenous manifesto, Mohawk scholar Taiaiake Alfred presents a strong, well-reasoned argument for First Nations communities to return to their traditional political values in order to achieve true self-determination through the power of reason. Alfred draws on the traditional teachings of The Great Law of Peace for his inspiration. He maintains that only when Aboriginal communities are grounded in their traditional values of consensus-based government will they succeed in healing the divisions.
Heeding the Voices of Our Ancestors: Kahnawake Mohawk Politics and the Rise of Native Nationalism is a groundbreaking book by Gerald Taiaiake Alfred, a Mohawk scholar from Kahnawake. He explains the recent rise of Mohawk nationalism and their view of sovereignty by exploring the history of Kahnawake and their political institutions both traditional and contemporary. Mohawk interaction with the state is most often negative and the results are seen in the 1990 "Oka crisis". The book is based on the author's Ph.D. dissertation and the introductory chapter is devoted to political theory.