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Native Knowledge 360°: To promote improvement of teaching and learning – USA, Canada, Mexico, Central America & South America

Source: email from Kevin Gover (Pawnee), DirectorNational Museum of the American Indian31 January 2018

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“We need all of that to survive”: Interview with Linda Young, artist and Traditional Knowledge Keeper – Canada

Source: “The Power of Healing”, Linda Young, artist and Traditional Knowledge Keeper for the Saskatchewan Public School Division in Canada, interviewed by Veronica Yates, Director of Child Rights International Network CRIN, in “The Power of Healing”, 15 January 2020URL: https://home.crin.org/readlistenwatch/stories/2020/5/6/the-power-of-healing

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Audio | The Muskoka Summit on the Environment – Canada

Restoring our relationship with nature from lake beds to treetops Indigenous peoples have all around the world have principles and values that we can learn from, that will help us to understand what our responsibility is here. (9:33) What’s emerging … Continue reading

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Tip | “Dancing on our turtle’s back”: A book on the concept of Indigenous knowledge and culture by Adivaani.org – Canada

Dancing on our turtle’s back: Stories of Nishnaabeg Re-Creation, Resurgence, and a New Emergence. By Leanne Betasamosake Simpson. Kolkata: Adivaani. 2014 (First published in Canada, 2012) ISBN 9788192554174. Rs. 250. | Order details >> Felix Padel reviews Dancing on our turtle’s back… Because we belong … Continue reading

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Audio | “Don’t be afraid to evolve”: Buffy Sainte-Marie’s new children’s book Tâpwê and the Magic Hat draws on the wisdom of Indigenous elders – CBC radio Canada

‘Tâpwê finds out who he is, and that’s kind of what his journey is about.’ She’s a legendary Cree singer, songwriter and activist who has won many awards over her six-decade career — and if that wasn’t enough, Buffy-Sainte Marie … Continue reading

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