Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources
Since February 2021, eNews has shared book titles, articles, videos and podcasts to encourage continuing the work of anti-racism and equity, and to help deepen our understanding of the history of Black, Indigenous, People of Colour and marginalized communities in Canada.
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Video: National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
Diversity From A Queer Perspective
A conversation between Adeline Bird
, Ryan Cooper, and Sonya Ballantyne
about Indigenous and Indigenous queer representation in the media. The three discuss what shows like Rutherford Falls
mean to them and Indigenous communities, and how they feel about the future of Indigenous representation in film and television.
Video: Tedx Talks
speaker Rebecca Thomas
Watch the Tedx Talk by Author and Poet, Rebecca Thomas, teaching what Etuaptmumk means and the power behind two-eyed seeing. She explains that when we are able to look through two lenses at once, of colonizer and Indigenous, and use both perspectives to view the current world we can find success.
Books: A List of Scholarship by Indigenous Authors
This week we tuned in to many of the sessions broadcast by the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
during their 5-day event, marking the first Day of Truth and Reconciliation. While listening to and learning about the speakers, we were connected to K-12 friendly literature by Indigenous authors and wanted to share these titles with our members.
Sugar Falls by David A. Robertson, illustrated by Scott B. Henderson
When We Were Alone by David A. Robertson, illustrated by Julie Flett
I'm Finding My Talk by Rebecca Thomas, illustrated by Pauline Young
Swift Fox All Along by Rebecca Thomas, illustrated by Maya McKibbin
I Place You In The Fire by Rebecca Thomas