Spirit of Annie Mae, The (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Documentary film explores first-hand accounts of how and why Mi'kmaw activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash was murdered during the times of AIM's battle with the FBI at Wounded Knee. Moving interviews with female friends and colleagues, including Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Anna Mae's daughters and first husband who still live in Mi'kmaq communities on the East Coast.

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Mi'kmaq Family - Migmaoei Otjiosog (Home Video Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE This title is no longer available from GoodMinds Mi'kmaq Family - Migmaoei Otjiosog is a 1995 National Film Board of Canada film directed by Mikmaw filmmaker Catherine Ann Martin. This 32-minute video is a new parent's exploration about the techniques of modern childrearing through the experience of Mi'kmaq elders. During a summer gathering at Chapel Island, Nova Scotia, while celebrating Saint Anne's Day, the Mi'kmaq families share stories, renew friendships, and take pride in their cultural traditions.

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Spirit of Annie Mae, The (Home DVD Use Only) UNAVAILABLE

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UNAVAILABLE Documentary film explores first-hand accounts of how and why Mi'kmaw activist Anna Mae Pictou Aquash was murdered during the times of AIM's battle with the FBI at Wounded Knee. Moving interviews with female friends and colleagues, including Buffy Sainte-Marie, and Anna Mae's daughters and first husband who still live in Mi'kmaq communities on the East Coast.

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Is the Crown at War With Us? (Home DVD Use Only)

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In Is the Crown at War with Us? Filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin documents the controversial events in a New Brunswick community during the summer of 2000, when the Department of Fisheries and Oceans attacked the boats of Mi'kmaq fishermen despite a 1999 Supreme Court decision that upheld the Mi’kmaq treaty rights to earn a living from fishing. This DVD focuses on the Mi'kmaq people of Esgenoopetitj (Burnt Church) as they were physically prevented from setting lobster traps by the DFO, RCMP and coast guard, even though the Supreme Court of Canada decision affirmed they could do so.

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Museum Pieces: Toward the Indigenization of Canadian Museums, paper ed

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Museum Pieces: Toward the Indigenization of Canadian Museums by art historian and a former director of the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology Ruth B. Phillips discusses the politics of Canadian museums and the impact of Indigenous curatorial voices and Aboriginal art issues from 1967 to the present. The book begins with a chapter about The Indians of Canada Pavilion at Expo 67; and moves on to discuss The Spirit Sings exhibition hosted by the Glenbow Museum during the Calgary Olympics.

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Aboriginal Sports Heroes: Atlantic Canada, paper ed

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Aboriginal Sports Heroes: Atlantic Canada features the biographies of five Maritime athletes who combine athletics with education and commitment to community. Selected by author Jason Peters the book features individuals with Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, and an Inuk ancestry. The sports heroes include Fredericton resident Josh Hepditch, who played with the Moncton Wildcats of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League; Canadian football pivot Josh Sacobie, from St. Mary's First Nation; Allison Brooks a quarterback, also from St.

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Mi'sel Joe: An Aboriginal Chief's Journey, paper ed

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Mi'sel Joe: An Aboriginal Chief's Journey is based on a series of taped interviews with Raoul Andersen and John Crellin, as Mi'sel Joe tells his life story. Both a hereditary and band-council leader, Mi'sel Joe is a Conne River Mi'kmaw, born at Miawpukek in 1947. His family consists of traditional leaders and he's work record includes farm hand, factory worker, railroad worker, construction worker, truck driver, heavy equipment operator, ranch hand, commercial fisherman, underground miner and labour foreman. Mi'sel Joe returned to Miawpukek in 1973.

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