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Understanding Anijaarniq: Traditionally, each day began with the custom of going outside to appreciate the beauty of Sila before doing any other tasks. This custom was said to contribute to: a full and long life; increase success in hunting; and help pregnant women have easier birthing.
RaiseUP and Indigenous Voices in Canada
How can university presses in Canada provide a platform for Indigenous voices? In this video, four presses, and the authors of four books, discuss the publication journey from their points of view.
Our Long Struggle for Home
A video from author Aazhoodenaang Enjibaajig
The Fire Still Burns: Life In and After Residential School
Read, Listen, Tell: Indigenous stories from Turtle Island not only offers an incredibly diverse collection of Indigenous stories, but also brings to the forefront interpretive practices grounded in Indigenous knowledge and scholarship.