Colouring it Forward - Discover Northern Dene Nation Art & Wisdom by Diana Frost, on Northern Dene ancestral knowledge shared by the late Dene elder George Blondin and the Chipewyan Dene artwork by Michael Fatt and beautiful Gwich'in Dene art by Christiana Latham. The video link of this book is available at: https://youtu.be/DSMlQjVxeLk
The Colouring It Forward - Cree Nation Art & Wisdom Colouring Book by Diana Frost, Algonquin Métis, features the beautiful art created by Cree artists Sam Bighetty and Delree Dumont as well as teachings and stories from Elder, John Sinclair. The video link to this book is available at: https://youtu.be/xR9g5ukNlvM
Colouring It Forward -- Discover Blackfoot Nation Art and Wisdom by Diana Frost, Algonquin Métis, is more than just a colouring book. It contains authentic artwork from Blackfoot artists and teachings from the Blackfoot culture by a Blackfoot elder. In this book Diana Frost has had the privilege of working with Blackfoot Elder Camille Pablo Russell to gather traditional wisdom and with Blackfoot artists Kalum Teke Dan and Ryan Jason Allen Willertt.
In this journal, Diana Frost invites you to discover the beauty of Indigenous artwork from various artists across Canada, to learn traditional teachings from John Sinclair, while having the space to meditate, write and create, and knowing that you are supporting Indigenous community projects.
Split Tooth by Inuk musician Tanya Tagaq is now available in paperback. This is a compelling combination of journal entries, poetry and short stories that offers a new voice to the growing field of Indigenous literature. Reading like a coming of age narrative about a young girl who covers traditional stories about animals and the Arctic environment, impacts of residential school, the role of family, drug and alcohol abuse, violence against women and children, and teen pregnancy, this book has made a significant contribution to the literary world.
In Distorted Descent: White Claims of Indigenous Identity, Darryl Leroux explores the specifics of a social phenomena - a shifting of identity - where otherwise white, French descendants in Canada identity as Indigenous based on their Indigenous ancestors born between 300 and 375 years ago and representing about 200 000 people.
Settler City Limits: Indigenous Resurgence and Colonial Violence in the Urban Prairie West is edited by Heather Dorries, Robert Henry, David Hugill, Tyler McCreary, and Julie Tomiak, some of whom have ancestral connections to Indigenous communities and others descendent from settlers. In Settler City Limits they discuss anti-Indigenous public policy, how the relationship to territory is shaped by political forces, and how Indigeneity and settler colonialism is interpreted in urban studies.
Peace and Good Order: The Case for Indigenous Justice in Canada is by author Harold R. Johnson, a member of Montreal Lake Cree Nation and previously a defense councillor and Crown prosecutor. Peace and Good Order is part of the text of the British North American Act of 1867 and reinterpreted through later statutes to grant the power to maintain peace and good order. In this work the peace and good order and good government is seen in the relationships with Treaty 6 and other Nations, between Treaty 6 Nations and others residing and/or passing through treaty land.