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TREATY IMPLEMENTATION: FULFILLING THE COVENANT

TREATY IMPLEMENTATION: FULFILLING THE COVENANT

LOVE THIS BOOK! First Nations 101 is a simple & insightful book written by an inspiring woman, Lynda Gray. It's informative & non-confrontational; Lynda includes lots of links in each chapter & practical tips people can do to continue their own path to 'play active roles in bringing about true reconciliation.' In my top 5 list of resources to help people better understand the shared history of First Nations & non-First Nations peoples.    Warning: Stereotypes may be exposed & opinions…

LOVE THIS BOOK! First Nations 101 is a simple & insightful book written by an inspiring woman, Lynda Gray. It's informative & non-confrontational; Lynda includes lots of links in each chapter & practical tips people can do to continue their own path to 'play active roles in bringing about true reconciliation.' In my top 5 list of resources to help people better understand the shared history of First Nations & non-First Nations peoples. Warning: Stereotypes may be exposed & opinions…

They Came for the Children. An article/book about the history of residential schools. This could be used as a teacher resource, but it could also be broken up and used for students. Together it is heavy, but separated and focusing on key elements it has a lot of vital information about the events that took place during and after the residential schools.

They Came for the Children. An article/book about the history of residential schools. This could be used as a teacher resource, but it could also be broken up and used for students. Together it is heavy, but separated and focusing on key elements it has a lot of vital information about the events that took place during and after the residential schools.

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