“Stories, thoughts and teachings about our connection to the land and the wisdom of respecting it”
“This powerful book reveals the untold history of Minnesota and the valuable contributions of Native people.Through research and oral history,Waziyatawin humanizes Dakota people, so the non-Indian does not have to rely on stereotyped images.This book should be required reading for all high school and college students in Minnesota, so all of Minnesota’s peoples can begin reconciliation and seek justice for all.”
In the Footsteps of Our Ancestors is a collection of essays and photos that tell the story of the Dakota Death March of November 1862. In the aftermath of the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862, roughly 1,700 Dakota women, children, and elders were forcibly marched from the Lower Sioux Agency in southern Minnesota to a concentration camp at Fort Snelling. Those who survived this march and the subsequent hard winter were eventually removed from their homeland.
An account of the author’s trip through the lakes and islands of southern Ontario.
A member of the Mayan Elders Council shares some of the ancient traditions of the Mayas, providing an Indigenous insight into the prophecies concerning 2012.“The book of Destiny is a tool to help people understand their life purpose and to use this profound knowledge to make the best of their time on Earth”(Indigenous Philosophy and History)
Another collection of essays from Ward Churchill on the colonization of North America covering everything from Academics to Cultural Revitalization to Genocide.
An analysis of sexual violence against Native women and it’s role in colonization and genocide.
Winner of the 2005 Gustavus Myers Outstanding Book award, with a foreward by Winona LaDuke.
A novel about events taking place in Choctaw country during the second half of the nineteenth century.
A history of AIM in the late sixties and seventies, with lots of archival material, interviews and personal recollections.(History,Self-Determination)