Dancing on Our Turtle's Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence, and a New Emergence

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  • Title: Dancing on Our Turtle's Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence, and a New Emergence
  • Author: Leanne Simpson
  • ISBN: 9781894037501
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback

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Dancing on Our Turtle's Back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence, and a New Emergence

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  1. Plus je lis sur les Premi res Nations plus je deviens convaincue qu il n y a rien, dans notre ducation, qui nous pr pare la cohabitation avec les peuples autochtones la reconnaissance de leurs droits Il y a un passage, dans Dancing on Our Turtle s Back, o Leanne Simpson explique quoi ressemblait le partage du territoire entre deux nations, avant l arriv e des colons la notion de fronti re qui est la n tre, celle d un trac au crayon sur une carte, y est absente Chez les Nishnaabeg leurs voisins, [...]


  2. This books is so, so good It is hopeful and encouraging and a real education I came away with some real solid ideas around actions that I can take in my life to nurture resurgence in my family, in my community, and in myself I would recommend it to everyone who is interested in understanding Canadian history, understanding the real effects of colonization in present day Canada, and committed to playing a role in decolonizing and resurgence.


  3. A must read for anyone but especially activists seeking to decolonize their movements reminded me very much of the work being done on emergent strategy by Adrienne Maree Brown and the Octavia s Brood collective Simpson s writing is so beautiful and clear while being layered and complex Really wonderful writing by Saskatoon folks quoted in here too


  4. Great read Read it while doing my master s Really helped me visualize possibilities for educational decolonization both in terms of my own studies and the school system.


  5. Dancing on our Turtle s Back is a beautifully, clearly written, personal, insightful, and enlightening work that addresses Anishinaabe resurgence and decolonization, through returning to the life ways of Simpson s ancestors The book is written for and to Nishnaabeg people and should be read respectfully as such, but it is also a way for non Indigenous people to understand how to decolonize our daily lives and our movements in harmony with such a resurgence I look forward to reading this book aga [...]


  6. A profound and compelling treatise Excellent suggestions for living from a new old perspective our goals have been consistent throughout history to restore balance, justice and good health to our lands and our peoples and to have good relations with settler governments and peoples based on respect for our sovereignty, independence and jurisdiction over our territories Creating was the base of our culture Creating was regenerative and ensured diversity, innovation and life In essence Indigenou [...]


  7. I needed this book Leanne Simpson s beautiful mixture of academic theory with personal stories, and the honoring of other people s experiences as well, made the content and delivery incredibly holistic.


  8. An interesting view of how we should tackle Indigenous non Indigenous issues in Canadian society, promoting resurgence and regeneration of Indigenous communities as opposed to immediately going to reconciliation.


  9. easily the most important thing i ve read in years so grateful to have access to a basic introduction to teachings knowledge indigenous to the land i live on near.