For indigenous eyes only : a decolonization handbook / edited by Waziyatawin Angela Wilson and Michael Yellow Bird.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Moorhead Public Library||323.1197 FOR (Text)||33500012761318||Main||Checked out||12/14/2018|
- ISBN: 1930618638
- ISBN: 9781930618633
- Physical Description: xi, 212 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
- Publisher: Santa Fe : School of American Research, ©2005.
|General Note:|| MN American Indian literature.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Beginning decolonization / Waziyatawin and Michael Yellow Bird -- Tribal critical thinking centers / Michael Yellow Bird -- Just good sports : the impact of native references in sports on native youth and what some decolonizers have done about it / Suzan Shown Harjo -- Decolonizing NAGPRA / James Riding In -- Decolonizing indigenous diets / Waziyatawin -- The decolonization of indigenous governance / Robert Odawi Porter -- Defying colonization through language survival / Waziyatawin -- Decolonizing through storytelling / CHiXapKaid -- Ideology, power, and the miseducation of indigenous peoples in the United States / Cornel Pewewardy -- Organizing indigenous governance to invent the future / T'hohahoken -- Decolonizing tribal enrollment / Michael Yellow Bird -- Relieving our suffering : indigenous decolonization and a United States truth commission / Waziyatawin.
|Summary, etc.:|| "Recognizing an urgent need for Indigenous liberation strategies, Indigenous intellectuals created a book with hands-on suggestions and activities to enable Indigenous communities to decolonize themselves. The authors begin with the belief that Indigenous Peoples have the power, strength, and intelligence to develop culturally specific decolonization strategies for their own communities and thereby systematically pursue their own liberation. The authors demystify the language of colonization and decolonization to help Indigenous communities identify useful concepts, terms, and intellectual frameworks in their struggles toward liberation and self-determination. This handbook covers a wide range of topics, including Indigenous governance, education, language, oral tradition, repatriation, images and stereotypes, diets, and truth-telling. It aims to facilitate critical thinking while fostering community discussions and plans for meaningful change."--Jacket.