Tag: Resources for Parents Children and Teachers

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Good Minds

Good Minds is a distributor on the leading resource for purchasing Indigenous youth and children’s literature and educational studies related to Indigenous history and culture. An Indigenous-owned family business, GoodMinds.com is based on the Six Nations of the Grand River (Brantford) in Southwestern Ontario

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National Film Board of Canada – Aboriginal Perspectives

Aboriginal Perspectives contains 33 documentaries in their entirety, a short fiction film and five film clips.  They are available in French and English, 18 include described video to allow blind and visually impaired people to enjoy their content, and 27 films include closed captioning.  Themes include the arts, film and representation, colonialism and racism, indigenous knowledge, history and origins, sovereignty and resistance and youth.

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The Cradleboard Teaching Project

The Cradleboard Teaching Project turns on the lights in public education about Indigenous North American culture – past, present, and most important for the children – the Future. This website has free resources and supplements that educate through Indigenous North American eyes.

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Oyate

Oyate is an Indigenous run organization working to see that the lives and histories of Indigenous Peoples are portrayed honestly, and so that all people will know the stories belong to Indigenous Peoples. The emphasis is on books written and illustrated by Indigenous Peoples. It is a well organized resource for books, videos, resource materials. Many of the books Oyate promotes are available in your local library system.