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- Racism, Colonialism, and Indigeneity in Canada: A Reader
- Indigenous Health: Racism as a Social Determinant of Health
- Racism, colonialism, and indigeneity in Canada : a reader
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Racism, Colonialism, and Indigeneity in Canada: A Reader
Bibliography of resources on this subject guide compiled by Janice Linton, with thanks to the many people who provide suggestions for new resources to be added. See For Brian Sinclair.
These articles will provide additional information and examples about racism, including systemic racism, internalized racism, and racial microaggressions. It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results. Current students Faculty and staff Alumni Email News and events. Check hours and access details.
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Disrupting Racism Groundwork for Change. The Anti-Oppression Network. Discussion Paper and Literature Review To share knowledge and influence bi-national action to address racism experienced by Indigenous Peoples of Canada and Australia. See Also -- Structural racism and Indigenous health: What Indigenous perspectives of residential school and boarding school tell us? A case study of Canada and Finland. Link to articles Provides a list of research articles documenting the impacts of colonization and it's health effects on Indigenous people in Canada today.
List of articles is also available as PDF. Let's talk: Racism and health equity. Additional Reading Materials These articles will provide additional information and examples about racism, including systemic racism, internalized racism, and racial microaggressions. Colonialism as a broader social determinant of health. Czyzewski, K. The International Indigenous Policy Journal, 2 1 , 5.
Racial microaggression in everyday life: Implications for clinical practice. Decomposing identity: Differential relationships between several aspects of ethnic identity and the negative effects of perceived discrimination among First Nations adults in Canada. Interim report. Call into the night: An overview of violence against Aboriginal women.
The adaptation challenges and strategies of adolescent Aboriginal athletes competing off reserve. Racial discrimination experienced by Aboriginal university students in Canada. Indigeneity, immigrant newcomers and interculturalism in Winnipeg, Canada. Aboriginal urbanization and rights in Canada: examining implications for health.
Redman in the ivory tower: First Nations students and negative classroom environments in the university setting. Cultivating ignorance of Aboriginal realities. Time to bring down the twin towers in poor Aboriginal hospital care: addressing institutional racism and misunderstandings in communication Australian article -- Are there parallels found in Canada?
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Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Brusky, Joe. Water is Life. More information and the full syllabus including a preface, glossary of key terms, and PDFs of all content can be accessed via the links below. Holman Library. Search this Guide Search.
This article explores the use of mentorship as a source of support for Indigenous post-secondary students and as a way to disrupt the dominance of Western worldviews in academic institutions. Although there is a significant amount of literature written on the topic of mentorship, very little of it describes how educators can actually conceptualize the idea of providing mentorship to students. Adams, K. Experiences of Urban Australian Indigenous peer mentors in a non-communicable disease prevention program. Aschenbrener, C.
Racism, Colonialism, and Indigeneity in Canada: A Reader ed. by Martin J. Cannon and Lina Sunseri (review). John W. Friesen. Canadian Ethnic Studies.
Indigenous Health: Racism as a Social Determinant of Health
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Bibliography of resources on this subject guide compiled by Janice Linton, with thanks to the many people who provide suggestions for new resources to be added.
Racism, colonialism, and indigeneity in Canada : a reader
Cannon and Lina Sunseri John W. Friesen Martin J. Cannon and Lina Sunseri, eds. Toronto: Oxford University Press,
This paper offers a transnational analytical framework to inform contemporary anti-racist solidarity building in what is now called Canada by engaging with migration, colonialism, and indigeneity. Acker, A. The social production of nature between coloniality and capitalism Introduction. Agnihorti, I. Ecology, land use and colonisation: The Canal Colonies of Punjab. Ali, I.
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This module was written by Naomi Bishop. The history of the United States taught in U. This module provides context and consideration for Native Americans living in the U.
This paper situates Euro-Western sport within a broader settler colonial logic of elimination that frames Indigenous bodies, cultures, and ideas within a politics of containment in the production of the colonized masculine subject. We use three examples to illustrate our argument, including an examination of the use of Euro-Western sport and physical culture in Indian Residential Schools, the definitional confinement of diverse and constantly adapting Indigenous cultures within contemporary Canadian sport policies, and finally the representational fixing of Indigenous masculinities within stereotypes of the hyper-masculine warrior in dominant sport media. However, sport and physical culture are also central to processes of Indigenous resilience, resurgence, and decolonization and, while these themes run throughout the paper, they are explicitly addressed in the final section. Ahenakew , C.