Category Archives: Indigenous issues

Canada’s First Nations and Cultural Genocide by Robert Z. Cohen (24)

I wanted to read a few books about Indigenous people.  I got interested in this whole topic while attending a few conferences and workshops about the Indigenous people here in my area.  There is so much that I didn’t know. … Continue reading

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Surviving Canada: Indigenous Peoples Celebrate 150 Years of Betrayal (23)

This book is an honest examination of Indigenous people lives and how they feel betrayed and have difficulty celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday as the rest do. Canada 150 commemorates the founding of Canada in 1867, being the political agreement that … Continue reading

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When Hope Springs New by Janette Oke (21)

This is a Christian novel that expounds on some of the values that we all want to hold onto in a world where values of any kind are downgraded to political correctness. The story is about two ladies who had … Continue reading

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I am Not a Number Written by Dr. Jenny Kay Dupuis and Kathy Kacer (175)

This book is for the March challenge of the Book Mine Reading Club. This is a wonderful book for kids with a very poignant message. It will also teach kids a bit about the Ojibway/Anishinaabe ancestry and nation and Indigenous … Continue reading

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