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Book recommendations for National Indigenous History Month and beyond

Eight book covers are show: A Mind Spread Out on the Ground, Crow Winter, 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act, The Inconvenient Indian, Wenjack, Seven Fallen Feathers, Alliances, and Structures of Indifference

Our June 3 newsletter Q&A shared insight and perspective on Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being and how we can each take reconciliACTION, meaningful steps to move reconciliation forward. The answers included many book recommendations, which are compiled here:

Thank you to Jessie Pengelly and Shirley Chaisson as well as those who participated in the Q&A, from which the book recommendations came.

Indigenous Services Book Club

The Indigenous Services Book Club at SLC is one of many initiatives striving to incorporate Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being throughout our college community. Each month the book club chooses a new story written by an Indigenous author or ally that reflects the beauty of the culture, the challenges of communities, the resilience of Indigenous people and the Red Road to Reconciliation.

In June, the book club is reading Crow Winter by K. McBride and Indigenous Services is hosting a meeting with the author Karen McBride on June 25 from 12-1pm. Registration for this event is limited, email indigenousservices@sl.on.ca.

Indigenous Services Book Club Selections

See what’s available from our campus libraries. For book club registration or details email jpengelly@sl.on.ca


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