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Jennifer Markides

include the names of the three Yukon Native elders as collaborators on the publication of her dissertation, which appeared in print as Life Lived like a Story: Life Stories of Three Yukon Native Elders , by Julie Cruikshank in collaboration with Angela Sidney, Kitty Smith, and Annie Ned. King ( 2003

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Channelling Indigenous Knowledge through Digital Transmission

The Opportunities and Limitations of Indigenous Computer Games

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Melanie Belmore and Melanie Braith

intimate with the world, and over time, if you’re living that life, you start to sense that everything has a spirit, there is a consciousness in everything. Everything is alive. If everything is alive then we want to respect it. And if we’re going to use it, we want to use it respectfully. (Cultural

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Moccasin Making for Community Development

In York Factory First Nation

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Charlene Moore

a registered population of 1,332 members with 464 members living on reserve and 868 living off reserve. The community of York Factory was relocated in 1957 to York Landing, which, is located in northern Manitoba about 50–160 Km from the nearest service stations. 10 Average earnings equal $21

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Kāshā Julie A. Morris (Tahltan Nation)

I am an urban Tahltan. I thought, at one time, that if I had been raised on traditional territory, I would be a fluent Tāłtān speaker. It saddened me to learn that living on traditional territory does not guarantee being brought up knowing one’s Ancestral language and culture. There are now fewer

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V. Williams Kamala and Ogletree Quinita

underprepared and report concerns, reservations, apprehensions, and anxiety about working with students living in poverty ( Milner & Laughter, 2015 ). Teachers can benefit from knowing about access to quality healthcare, schools, and foods (food deserts) when school communities are located in a low-income area

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Kaela Jubas

understand people’s choice to ghettoize, not to force, not to be segregated but their own choice. But it’s a difficult one. If you only live your life in separation, I understand it, but I think that, you know, coalition politics are rather important. But complicated! John understood himself as Othered in

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L. Chalklen Warren

a pre-colonial, colonial, apartheid, and post-apartheid lenses. Pre-colonial education in South Africa was based upon Indigenous learning systems. These learning systems were intertwined with the social, cultural, artistic, religious and recreational life of the people ( Funteh, 2015 ). This shifted

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Adrienne Trier-Bieniek

and I think that it is deeply rooted in my own personal need for inclusion and wanting the same for others. Throughout my life, I have been made to feel like an outsider or someone that I did not belong in certain spaces. Being one of only a handful of students of color throughout all of my schooling

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Lauren Stephenson, Barbara Harold and Rashida Badri

in the context is an understanding of the Islamic roots that underpin the participants’ world view. Islam is inextricably interwoven into the everyday life of Muslim women, playing a key role in how they construct their identities of self. The values of modesty, humility, service to others

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Lauren Stephenson, Barbara Harold and Rashida Badri

developed very early as I helped my mother take care of my siblings. My late father was a Nokhada, a leader, a great man and an important role model in my life. He worked very hard and I loved to listen to and learn from the stories about his travels,” Fatma recalled wistfully. “And what about your