資源推薦:關於原住民歷史,真相與和解

1) 真相與和解報告 Truth & Reconciliation Reports

真相與和解報告

Truth and Reconciliation Reports

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94行動呼籲

94 Calls to Action

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Missing Children’s and Unmarked Burials (Canada’s Residential Schools)

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Calls to Action #71 - 76

Missing children and burial information

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Calls to Action #58 – 61

Church apologies and reconciliation

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Calls to Action #48-49

Bill C- 15: An Act respecting the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

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Call to Action #80

Bill C -5: This enactment amends certain Acts to add a new holiday, namely, National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, which is observed on September 30

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2) 文章 Articles

3) 服侍原住民的機構 Organizations that serves Indigenous Peoples

4) 影片推薦 Videos & Film Recommendations

Esther Leung-Kong Podcast 粵語訪問:認識加拿大原住民系列

一共13集訪問,題目包括:基本認識,領土確認,酋長,保留區,土地管理關係,被殖民化的四個階段,寄宿學校歷史,60年代掏空運動,失蹤與被殺女性,鼓舞人心的領袖及為何華人應當關心原住民。(影片包括簡單文字/圖片,方便大家更容易了解)

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華人與原住民的共同故事

1. All our Father’s Relations (Trailer) (See full film in CBC Gem)
2. Cedars and Bamboo (Full film)

5) 書籍推介 Books Recommendation

兒童

1. Speaking our Truth: A Journey of Reconciliation, by Monique Gray Smith
2. Phyllis’s Orange Shirt, by Phyllis Webstad, Brock Nicol, et al.
3. Sixties Scoop, by Inez Cook
4. When we were alone, by Julie Flett and David A. Robertson
5. Stolen Words, by Melanie Florence
6. When I Was Eight, by Christy Jordan-Fenton, Margaret-Olemaun Pokiak-Fenton, et al.

成人

1. 21 Things you may not know about the Indian ACT (by Bob Joseph)
2. Unsettling Truths: The Ongoing, Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery (by Mark Charles and Soong-Chan Rah)
3. Healing Haunted Histories: A settler discipleship of decolonization (By Elaine Enns, Ched Myers)
4. Wrongs to Rights: How Churches can Engage the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (Edited by Steve Heinrichs)
5. Shalom and the Community of Creation: An Indigenous Vision (by Randy Woodley)
6. Unsettling the Word (Edited by Steve Heinrichs)
7. To be a Water Protector (by Winona Laduke)