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Resources for Anti-Racism Work in GPS
The resources on this page will be added to as more resources are identified. Where possible, links have been provided to the SFU Library or publishers to assist in finding some of the books. Some of the books at your local library as well.
A special thank you to Dorothy Christian for helping get this list of resources started and for continued suggestions.
Books + Book Chapters
- Christian, D., Chapter in “Taking A Stand” in Academic Well Being of Racialized Students. Bunjun, B. (Ed.), Fernwood Press. 2021
- Christian, D., and Freeman, V. (Co-authors). “History of a Friendship” in Alliances: Re/Envisioning Indigenous and non-Indigenous Relationships. Lynne Davis (editor). (June 2010) University of Toronto Press
- Christian, D. Chapter “Reconciling With the People and the Land”. Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation through the Lens of Cultural Diversity. Ashok Mathur, Jonathan Dewar, Mike DeGagné (Editors). Aboriginal Healing Foundation, Volume 3. Ottawa. August 2011
- Diangelo, R. (2018).Diangelo, R. (2021). Nice Racism: How Progressive White People Perpetuate Racial Harm. Beacon Press. Boston
- Eddo-Lodge, R. (2017). Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race. Bloomsbury Publishing. New York. London. Oxford. New Delhi. Sydney
- McFarlane, P. and Schabus N. Whose Land is it Anyway: A Manual for Decolonization
- Tuck, E. Article, “Suspending Damage: Letter to Communities” in Harvard Educational Review Vol. 79 No. 3 Fall 2009
- Tuck, E., & Yang, K. W. (2012). Decolonization is not a metaphor. Decolonization: Indigeneity, education & society, 1(1)
- Hiller, Chris. (2017) Article, “Tracing the spirals of unsettlement: Euro-Canadian narratives of coming to grips with Indigenous sovereignty, title, and rights” in Settler Colonial Studies, 2017. Vol. 7, No. 4, 415-440
Videos, Radio & Podcasts
- CBC Comedy. (2019, October 14). Land acknowledgement: Baroness von Sketch Show [video]. YouTube.
- CBC Radio, Unreserved. (2019, January 18). 'I regret it': Hayden King on writing Ryerson University's territorial acknowledgement.
- Skye, C. & King, H. (2019). Bland acknowledgements (season two, episode six) [Audio podcast]. Red Road podcast.
Courageous Conversations: Decolonization, Disciplines, and Indigenous Knowledges in the university | Dr. Marie Battiste and Dr. Catherine Odora Hoppers.
- Library and Information Studies Student Association. (2019). LISSA land acknowledgement, template for personalization, definitions, and speaker protocol.
- Native Land. (n.d.). Territory acknowledgement.
- Reese, D. (2019, March 9). Are you planning to do a land acknowledgement? American Indians in Children’s Literature.
Suggest a Resource
If you have a resource you think we should add, please email Stacey Makortoff (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your suggestion.