Book | First Nations 101 by Lynda Gray
First Nations 101 is an informative and opinionated guide to First Nations issues. Written in an accessible style and with a wry sense of humour, Lynda Gray provides readers with a broad overview of the diverse and complex day-to-day realities of First Nations people. It is packed with information on more than 70 subjects including urbanization, veterans, feminism, appropriate questions to ask a First Nations person, child welfare, the medicine wheel, food access, Two-spirit (LGBTQ), residential schools, the land bridge theory, National Aboriginal History Month, and language preservation.
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Interested in stocking your classroom? book group? First Nations 101 is the perfect class textbook, training resource, gift, and informative guide for any reader! Colleges and universities across the country are utilizing First Nations 101 in courses such as First Nations Studies, Nursing, English, Social Work, Sociology, and Child & Youth Care. Get in touch for order in bulk.
Dimensions: 21.4 x 14.9 x 1.9 cm
Format: Soft Cover
Pages: 336 pages
Published: Updated and Expanded 2022.
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