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Un film sur les conditions d'éducation des Autochtones prend l'affiche | Festival international du film de Toronto 2013| Radio-Canada.ca

Un film sur les conditions d'éducation des Autochtones prend l'affiche | Festival international du film de Toronto 2013| Radio-Canada.ca | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Hi-Ho Mistahey!, la plus récente création de la réalisatrice Alanis Obomsawin, qui fait partie de la programmation du Festival du film de Toronto, s'attarde au fossé éducationnel existant entre les communautés autochtones et le reste du Canada.
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Author Interview & Giveaway: Sebastian Robertson on Writing His Father's Rock and Roll Biography

Author Interview & Giveaway: Sebastian Robertson on Writing His Father's Rock and Roll Biography | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
By Traci Sorell for Cynthia Leitich Smith 's Cynsations My love of music outweighs my love of the written word. So, I am delighted whe
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Assi Manifesto by Natasha Kanapé Fontaine

Trans. Howard Scott. Mawenzi House. 2016. 78 pages.
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10 Beautiful Indigenous Children’s Books To Add To Your Library | Learning

10 Beautiful Indigenous Children’s Books To Add To Your Library | Learning | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
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Beyond Colonialism? Libraries for a Canada We Don't Yet Know

The 2017 Dalhousie-Horrocks National Leadership Lecture & Award Presentation Reconciliation. Relationships. Restitution.


Via Robin Illsley
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Canada 150 : découvrez les 3 projets phares de l'ONF

Canada 150 : découvrez les 3 projets phares de l'ONF | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it

Découvrez les trois projets phares de l'ONF qui seront lancés officiellement en 2017 à l'occasion de Canada 150.


Aabiziingwashi* (Bien éveillés) : Le cinéma autochtone en tournée Regards autochtones sur le Canada 


Aabiziingwashi (Bien éveillés) : Le cinéma autochtone en tournée est une série de projections pancanadiennes mettant en vedette les œuvres exceptionnelles de cinéastes autochtones produites par l’ONF. Des invités spéciaux assisteront à certains événements et prendront part aux débats qui suivront les projections. La série aborde plusieurs des grands thèmes du cinéma autochtone canadien — colonisation, résistance, résurgence culturelle — et vise à rapprocher les Autochtones et les non-Autochtones d’ici. Les nouveaux films au cœur de cette tournée sont notamment On ne peut pas faire deux fois la même erreur, le plus récent documentaire de l’éminente cinéaste Alanis Obomsawin, qui s’intéresse cette fois à une poursuite judiciaire historique dénonçant le sous-financement systémique des services d’aide aux familles et à l’enfance offerts aux enfants des Premières Nations ; Inuk en colère, le long métrage maintes fois primé d’Alethea Arnaquq-Baril exposant les répercussions sur les communautés inuites des campagnes menées par les opposants à la chasse au phoque ; The Road Forward, le long métrage documentaire musical de Marie Clements sur le militantisme autochtone en Colombie-Britannique ; et Birth of a Family, dans lequel Tasha Hubbard nous convie à la première rencontre de trois sœurs et un frère séparés en bas âge et nous sensibilise aux conséquences des terribles rafles des années 1960. La série de projections présente aussi des films phares de notre collection de plus de 250 œuvres de réalisateurs autochtones.

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Saskatoon Library Launches Read for Reconciliation Space

Saskatoon Library Launches Read for Reconciliation Space | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Since the last of Canada’s Indian residential schools closed in 1996, the nation has been attempting to shape a response to the legacy of abuse that the residential school system—which removed native children from their homes and families—inflicted on its Indigenous Peoples. Saskatoon Public Library (SPL), Saskatchewan, has become the first public library to incorporate a space permanently dedicated to truth and reconciliation. On November 21 SPL’s Frances Morrison Central Library opened the Read for Reconciliation reading area, which includes a full set of the reports compiled by the TRC over five years, plus a variety of books about Canada’s history of residential schools, as well as an extensive reading list on the history and legacy of residential schools in Canada on its homepage.
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Meet Canada's 1st female Indigenous surgeon

Meet Canada's 1st female Indigenous surgeon | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Dr. Nadine Caron is Canada's first female Indigenous surgeon. Working out of Prince George, B.C., she's known to be outspoken about racism in Canada's health-care system and is trying to change the way we handle Indigenous patients through culturally competent care.
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Rich in Color | Native American Heritage Month

Rich in Color | Native American Heritage Month | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Dr. Debbie Reese has compiled an excellent list of Native Reads. If you haven’t seen it yet, please take a look. Native American Heritage Month is almost over, but obviously the books are excellent choices all year long.
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Cultivating a Love of Reading in First Nations Students | Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre

Cultivating a Love of Reading in First Nations Students | Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Cultivating a love of reading is critical to helping students succeed, discover their gifts, and develop into confident, well-rounded adults.  Holly
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Changements climatiques : une Inuite s'adresse aux dirigeants du monde au nom du Canada | Climat : où en sommes-nous?

Changements climatiques : une Inuite s'adresse aux dirigeants du monde au nom du Canada | Climat : où en sommes-nous? | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Une jeune Inuite a pris la parole mercredi pour le Canada à la Conférence des Nations unies sur les changements climatiques à Marrakech, au Maroc.
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Native American Girls Tell the REAL History of Genocide Behind Thanksgiving

Native American Girls Tell the REAL History of Genocide Behind Thanksgiving | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
7 Native Americans explain the real history of the horrifying genocide behind Thanksgiving.
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Angry Inuk: Canadian filmmaker takes on anti-sealing groups

Angry Inuk: Canadian filmmaker takes on anti-sealing groups | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Animal rights groups have over the last few decades raised and spent millions of dollars on sleek, celebrity-endorsed campaigns designed to harness public anger over real and perceived cruelty to animals to shut down Canada’s controversial sealing industry. Now a Canadian filmmaker from the Arctic territory of Nunavut is channeling the frustration and anger felt…
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Saskatoon library dedicates space for truth and reconciliation

Saskatoon library dedicates space for truth and reconciliation | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Saskatoon is now home to what is believed to be the first library space in the province permanently dedicated to reconciliation.
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La vie est un jeu…le bingo c’est sérieux

Un s​ite d'information et​ un lieu de parole pour comprendre l'actualité et les enjeux autochtones.
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Le Hay Festival : une lettre de Natasha Kanapé Fontaine | Espaces autochtones | ICI Radio-Canada.ca

Le Hay Festival : une lettre de Natasha Kanapé Fontaine | Espaces autochtones | ICI Radio-Canada.ca | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it

Le festival de littérature international Hay Festival : Imagina el mundo, s'est déroulé du 26 au 29 janvier à Medellin et à Carthagène des Indes, en Colombie. Des écrivains et des artistes du monde entier étaient invités à participer à ce festival de grande envergure. La poète innue Natasha Kanapé Fontaine y était. Voici sa lettre.

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Paul Seesequasis turns social media project of aboriginal life into book deal | Quill and Quire

Paul Seesequasis turns social media project of aboriginal life into book deal | Quill and Quire | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
A series of historic photos of indigenous life that Saskatchewan author and journalist Paul Seesequasis has been curating on his social media feeds will be
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Une pièce de théâtre interactive pour faire tomber les préjugés envers les Autochtones | Espaces autochtones | ICI Radio-Canada.ca

Une pièce de théâtre interactive pour faire tomber les préjugés envers les Autochtones | Espaces autochtones | ICI Radio-Canada.ca | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Un s​ite d'information et​ un lieu de parole pour comprendre l'actualité et les enjeux autochtones.
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Canada 150 - A Country in the Telling - NFB/blog

Canada 150 - A Country in the Telling - NFB/blog | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it

"Discover the NFB's cross-country initiatives to mark the 150th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada in 2017.


Aabiziingwashi (#WideAwake): Indigenous Cinema on Tour Canada seen through Indigenous eyes 


Aabiziingwashi (#WideAwake): Indigenous Cinema on Tour is a cross-country screening series showcasing groundbreaking films by Indigenous directors produced by the NFB. Special guests will be on hand at several events for post-screening discussions. The series engages with many key themes in Indigenous Canadian cinema—colonization, resistance, cultural resurgence—and aims to build understanding and connection between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians."

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Et si c'étaient des femmes blanches ? | Rima Elkouri | Rima Elkouri

Et si c'étaient des femmes blanches ? | Rima Elkouri | Rima Elkouri | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Et si c'étaient des femmes blanches, les traiterait-on de la même façon ? Le gouvernement du Québec hésiterait-il autant à donner suite à leur demande ?
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How the Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School aims to revive Indigenous crafts

How the Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot School aims to revive Indigenous crafts | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Waneek Horn Miller tells us more about the school. Watch Your Morning online.
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CCBC December 2016 Newsletter - Canadian Children's Book Centre

CCBC December 2016 Newsletter - Canadian Children's Book Centre | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it

December Book List: #GiftingReconciliation 

Recently, the Honourable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, launched a new #GiftingReconciliation #IndigenousReads campaign. This campaign encourages all Canadians to participate in reconciliation this holiday season by adding an Indigenous book or author to their holiday giving and wish lists. To celebrate this wonderful initiative, we’ve put together a reading list of Canadian books for kids and teens featuring Indigenous authors and illustrators. Click here for more information about the campaign. - See more at: http://bookcentre.ca/publications/newsletter/december-2016/#booklist

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Konnected.tv : les Autochtones des Amériques connectés grâce à une série télévisée

Konnected.tv : les Autochtones des Amériques connectés grâce à une série télévisée | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
Diffusée sur les ondes de la chaîne télévisuelle APTN, la série Konnected.tv fait le tour des Amériques à la découverte des peuples autochtones du continent.  Eli Laliberté, réalisateur et producteur de la série, était de passage dans les studios de Radio Canada International dans la mouvance du lancement de ce projet. Pour l'instant, Konnected.tv n'est diffusé qu'en…
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Q&A with Maatalii Okalik

As president of the National Inuit Youth Council, Maatalii Okalik is a voice for Inuit youth, raising awareness for their issues and concerns, as well as the challenges faced by all Inuit. She brought that unique viewpoint to the COP21 climate change conference in Paris in 2015. In April 2016, she was presented the Outstanding Young Woman Award from the Qulliit Nunavut Status of Women Council for her strong leadership among Inuit youth and engaging world leaders on their issues. Here, Okalik discusses women in Inuit culture, reconciliation and language, and her role models.
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Heritage Month: First Nations Development Institute’s 30 ‘Must-Reads’ for Children and Teens

Heritage Month: First Nations Development Institute’s 30 ‘Must-Reads’ for Children and Teens | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
For Native American Heritage Month, First Nations Development Institute asked Dr. Debbie Reese, Nambé Pueblo, to recommend “must-read" books for kids.
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Plusieurs nouveaux venus au Salon du livre des Premières Nations

Plusieurs nouveaux venus au Salon du livre des Premières Nations | AboriginalLinks LiensAutochtones | Scoop.it
WENDAKE. Le cinquième Salon du livre des Premières Nations fera place à une vingtaine d’auteurs du 25 au 27 novembre prochains.
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