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Whose land is it anyway. A manual for Decolonization.

This book is a collection of essays from Indigenous writers talking about the impacts of colonization on Indigenous people, how they were exploited and had their rights, ways of living and culture suppressed and forbidden, leading to a long list of social problems. It also approaches Indigenous contributions in medicine, architecture and language, among others, and how they did not receive credit for these contributions. The book also explores paths towards decolonization, which could lead to an eventual true reconciliation. 

Peter McFarlane & Nicole Schabus (editors)
Federation of Post-Secondary Educators of BC
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