Cultivating Canada : reconciliation through the lens of cultural diversity
 

Cultivating Canada : reconciliation through the lens of cultural diversity
Xwi7xwa Library, University of British Columbia

2011
Book
Contributors
Mathur, Ashok., DeGagnel, Mike., Dewar, Jonathan., Aboriginal Healing Foundation (Canada).
Description
"Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation through the Lens of Cultural Diversity is the third in a three-volume series addressing the complex notion of reconciliation in a national landscape. The Aboriginal Healing Foundation brings together disparate voices to address how communities--immigrant, racialized, 'new' Canadians, and other minoritized groups--relate to the intricacies of reconciliation as a concept." 

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ISBN
9781897285985
Contents
Introduction / Georges Erasmus -- Cultivations, land, and a politics of becoming / Ashok Mathur -- Section 1: Land -- Ramblings and resistances / Shirley Bear -- Napa North / Henry Tsang and Glen Lowry -- Land project: a conversation between Canada and Israel/Palestine / Cheryl L'Hirondelle, Joseph Naytowhow, b.h. Yael -- 'On loan': thoughts on stolen strength, seeds of lubestrok, seeds of truth, seeds of reconciliation / Sandra Semchuk (with James Nicholas) and Elwood Jimmy -- Reconciling with the people and the land? / Dorothy Christian -- What would restitution and regeneration look like from the point of view of water? / Rita Wong -- Stories from the little black school house / Sylvia D. Hamilton -- Beyond imaginings: photography from the Greenbelt / Meera Margaret Singh -- Section 2: Across -- Parallel histories / Jamelie Hassan and Miriam Jordan -- Cross racial encounters and juridical truths: (dis)aggregating race in British Columbia's contact zone / Renisa Mawani -- Arctic Bayanihan / Rhose Harris-Galia -- Aiyah! A little rouse of time and space / Sid Chow Tan -- The attempted genocide and ethnocide of the Roma / Ronald Lee Decolonizing anti-racism / Bonita Lawrence and Enakshi Dua -- People of colour in treaty / Robinder Kaur Sehdev -- Learning through crossing lines: an intercultural dialogue / Srimoyee Mitra -- Are people of colour settlers too? / Malissa Phung -- Nurturing dialogues between First Nations, urban aboriginal, and immigrant communities in Vancouver / Henry Yu -- Section Three: Transformation -- By turns poetic: redress as transformation / Roy Miki -- Exploring non-Aboriginal attitudes towards reconciliation in Canada: the beginnings of targeted focus group research / Ravi de Costa and Tom Clark -- Into the ranks of man: vicious modernism and the politics of reconciliation / Rinaldo Walcott -- A sorry state / Mitch Miyagawa -- Engendering audience responsibility: the work of Jayce Salloum "in affinity with" / Jen Budney and Jayce Salloum -- Slavery endangers the masters' health but please don't shoot the messenger / Rita Shelton Deverell -- "Indigenous blacks": an irreconcilable identity? / George Elliott Clarke -- Girl: an aesthetic amalgamation / Diyan Achjadi -- Memoryscapes of postwar British Columbia : a look of recognition / Kirsten Emiko McAllister -- Conclusion: the way forward / Mike DeGagneÌ? and Jonathan Dewar.
Notes
Aboriginal Healing Foundation research series. 
Includes bibliographical references.
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