Book > Interviews
ContributorsKanewiyakiho, Delvin, Atleo, Richard, Richardson, Cathy, Carriere, Jeannine, Becker, Jean, Maracle, Lee, Porter, Richard, Hill, Hazel, Maracle, Sylvia, Cooke, Walter, Berglund, Elaine
"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.