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A Teacher Librarian's Guide for Decolonization and Reconciliation

This guide is intended for Teacher Librarians and others working in the information and cultural heritage sectors wanting professional learning resources for self-study on topics of decolonization, reconciliation, resurgence, and Indigenous-settler relat

Focused topics

Click on the tabs to the left to learn more about focused topics such as Truth & Reconciliation, Residential Schools, Language Revitalization, and more.  UVic Libraries has a strong collection of digital and print resources on these topics.  If you have recommendations for additional resources, please feel welcome to contact UVic's librarian for Indigenous Studies

First Peoples' House

Welcome posts at the front of the First People's House at UVic,


The creators of this guide respectfully acknowledge that our work takes place on
the unceded homelands of
the lək̓ʷəŋən and W̱SÁNEĆ Nations.
We are honoured to serve Indigenous communities throughout our work.  


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