Dance of Wiindigo and Nanaboozhou : an Indigenous Journey through Hatred and Violence
Xwi7xwa Library, University of British Columbia

2011
Book > Interviews
Creators
Berglund, Madeleine
Contributors
Kanewiyakiho, Delvin, Atleo, Richard, Richardson, Cathy, Carriere, Jeannine, Becker, Jean, Maracle, Lee, Porter, Richard, Hill, Hazel, Maracle, Sylvia, Cooke, Walter, Berglund, Elaine
Description
"The Dance of Wiindigo and Nanaboozhou is a collection of First People’s responses to the questions of what is hatred and racism.

This is a celebration of traditional teachings from Elders, activists, teachers and Wisdom Keepers of diverse Indigenous Nations across this land. It is a story that addresses the realities of residential schools, child welfare, women’s issues, land reclamation, the justice system and gender/sexuality for Native peoples. It invites both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people to examine what it means to transcend the historical and present prejudices that give rise to hatred and violence"--publisher's website.

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ISBN
9780973580518; 0973580518
Notes
Accompanied by CD in pocket.
First Nations author - MeĢtis.
 
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