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Unsettling Canada : a national wake-up call / by Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ronald M. Derrickson ; with a foreword by Naomi Klein.

Manuel, Arthur. (Author). Derrickson, Ronald M. (Added Author). Klein, Naomi. (Added Author).
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Location: Fennell STACKS E78.C2 M3369 2015
Barcode: 30731101164386
Status: Available

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  • ISBN: 9781771131766
  • ISBN: 1771131764
  • Physical Description: xvii, 266 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : Between the Lines, [2015]

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-253) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
The lay of the land -- Institutionalizing a people: Indian school, Indian jail -- White paper to red paper: drawing the battle lines -- Occupy Indian affairs: Native youth in action -- Aboriginal title: no surrender -- The constitution express: a grassroots movement -- Don't let them bully you: a business interlude -- A chief's concerns : finances, the people, and the land -- Upping the ante: RCAP and a landmark court decision -- The battle in the forest: the trade in Indian trees -- Sun Peaks to Geneva: playgrounds and fortresses -- Taking it to the bank: accounting for unpaid debt -- The fourth world: a global movement -- Line of defence: side by side for mother earth -- No half measures: the price of uncertainty -- Days of protest: young activists come together -- The end of colonialism.
Summary, etc.:
"Arthur Manuel is one of the most forceful advocates for Aboriginal title and rights in Canada and comes from the activist wing of the movement. Grand Chief Ron Derrickson is one of the most successful Indigenous businessmen in the country. Together the Secwepemc activist intellectual and the Syilx (Okanagan) businessman bring a fresh perspective and new ideas to Canada's most glaring piece of unfinished business: the place of Indigenous peoples within the country's political and economic space. The story is told through Arthur's voice but he traces both of their individual struggles against the colonialist and often racist structures that have been erected to keep Indigenous peoples in their place in Canada. In the final chapters and in the Grand Chief’s afterword, they not only set out a plan for a new sustainable indigenous economy, but lay out a roadmap for getting there."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Indigenous peoples > Canada > Economic conditions.
Indigenous peoples > Canada > Social conditions.
Indigenous peoples > Canada > Government relations.
Indigenous peoples > Legal status, laws, etc. > Canada.
Native peoples > Canada > Economic conditions.
Native peoples > Canada > Social conditions.
Native peoples > Canada > Government relations.
Native peoples > Legal status, laws, etc. > Canada.
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