Indigenous Cultural Safety Training
Date posted: September 28, 2020
We are pleased to be hosting an Indigenous Cultural Safety Training With Sk’elep Reconciliation webinar series next month.
This training is rooted in the 4 R’s-Respect/Relevence/Responsibility/Reciprocity (Kirkness & Barnhardt, 2001), First Peoples Principles of Learning- First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC), and Indigenous based methodologies inspired by Margaret Kovach and Linda Smith.
The recommended reading list includes:
- The Inconvenient Indian (Thomas King)
- The Reconciliation Manifesto (Art Manuel
- Unsettling the Settler Within (Paulette Regan)
- Whose Land Is It Anyway? (Peter MacFarlane)
The last title is a free e-book (click the title to download), and the other titles are available from the Decoda Library.
Here’s a sample of other titles you may be interested in borrowing:
- 21 Things You May Not Know about the Indian Act
- Elements of Indigenous Style: a guide for writing by and about Indigenous Peoples
- First Nations 101
- Indigenous Relations: insights, tips and suggestions to make reconciliation a reality
- Indigenous Writes: a guide to First Nations, Métis & Inuit issues in Canada
- Potlach as Pedagogy: learning through ceremony
- Speaking Our Truth: a journey of reconciliation
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