Submitted by Jessie Pengelly, Indigenous Student Advisor
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 we choose 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.
May: Son of a Trickster by Eden Robinson
June: Crow Winter by Karen McBride
July: Split Tooth by Tanya Tagaq
August: There There by Tommy Orange