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Anti-Racism & Anti-Oppression

This guide aims to provide information to support your reflective and teaching practices about the Black Lives Matter movement and other anti-racism and anti-oppression resources.

Books from Catalog

Video: Indigenous Women and the Story of Canada

Journal articles

Pulling Together: A guide for Indigenization of post-secondary institutions. A professional learning series.

One of the goals of the Indigenization project was to co-create open educational resources that support faculty and staff with the incorporation of Indigenous epistemologies into professional practice, enabling post-secondary institutions to continue to build the structures and processes by which Indigenous students experience their post-secondary education in resonance with their own lives, worldviews, and ambitions. (Text from BC Campus Indigenization Project). 

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