Tanya Talaga

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All Our Relations

Finding the Path Forward

In this urgent and incisive work, bestselling and award-winning author Tanya Talaga explores the alarming rise of youth suicide in Indigenous communities in Canada and beyond. From Northern … 290 View

Seven Fallen Feathers

Racism, Death, and Hard Truths in a Northern City

The groundbreaking and multiple award-winning national bestseller work about systemic racism, education, the failure of the policing and justice systems, and Indigenous rights by Tanya Talaga. … 387 View
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Chapter One: We Were Always Here

From: All Our Relations

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In this reading, Tanya Talaga discusses the epidemic of suicides among Indigenous youth in Canada. The reading includes personal recollections of the author, historical and political context and … 41 $4.92 Add
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Prologue

From: Seven Fallen Feathers

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In this reading, Indigenous author Tanya Talaga begin with a retelling of an Ojibwe myth. She goes on to provide context for the rest of the book by describing the culture, geography, and history … 17 $2.04 Add
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Chapter 1: Notes from a Blind Man

From: Seven Fallen Feathers

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In this reading, Tanya Talaga recalls how she first became invested in the stories of the seven missing and murdered indigenous students while working as a political reporter covering indigenous … 38 $4.56 Add
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Chapter Two: Big Brother’s Hunger

From: All Our Relations

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In this reading, Tanya Talaga discusses the epidemic of suicides among Indigenous youth in Canada. The reading includes personal recollections of the author, historical and political context and … 62 $7.44 Add
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Chapter 2: Why Chanie Ran

From: Seven Fallen Feathers

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In this reading, Tanya Talaga begins by describing a meeting with Alvin Fiddler, the Grand Chief of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation. She goes on to provide a history of the residential school system … 47 $5.64 Add
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Chapter Three: The Third Space

From: All Our Relations

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In this reading, Tanya Talaga discusses the epidemic of suicides among Indigenous youth in Canada. The reading includes personal recollections of the author, historical and political context and … 53 $6.36 Add
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Chapter 3: When the Wolf Comes

From: Seven Fallen Feathers

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In this reading, Tanya Talaga discusses the end of the residential school system in Canada and the continued failure of the Canadian government to provide educational resources for indigenous … 39 $4.68 Add
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Chapter Four: “I Breathe for Them”

From: All Our Relations

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In this reading, Tanya Talaga discusses the epidemic of suicides among Indigenous youth in Canada. The reading includes personal recollections of the author, historical and political context and … 56 $6.72 Add
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Chapter 4: Hurting from the Before

From: Seven Fallen Feathers

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In this reading, Indigenous author Tanya Talaga discusses ongoing efforts and failures of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada to provide educational resources for Indigenous communities. This … 32 $3.84 Add
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Chapter Five: We Are Not Going Anywhere

From: All Our Relations

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In this reading, Tanya Talaga discusses the epidemic of suicides among Indigenous youth in Canada. The reading includes personal recollections of the author, historical and political context and … 43 $5.16 Add
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Chapter 5: The Hollowness of Not Knowing

From: Seven Fallen Feathers

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In this reading, Indigenous author Tanya Talaga begins by providing an account of a meeting with Maryanne Panacheese on the Mishkeegogamang First Nation. The chapter goes on to discuss … 24 $2.88 Add
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Chapter 6: We Speak for the Dead to Protect the Living

From: Seven Fallen Feathers

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In this reading, Indigenous author Tanya Talaga begins by describing the experiences of several Indigenous students who have come to Thunder Bay for school. She goes on to provide an account of … 26 $3.12 Add
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Chapter 7: Brothers

From: Seven Fallen Feathers

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In this reading, Indigenous author Tanya Talaga describes the inquests made into the deaths of Indigenous students in Thunder Bay. The chapter continues with an account of the death of Reggie … 45 $5.40 Add
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Chapter 8: River, Give Me My Son Back

From: Seven Fallen Feathers

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In this reading, Indigenous author Tanya Talaga provides an account of the death of Kyle Morrisseau, an Indigenous student from Keewaywin First Nation. Please Note: A collection can contain up to … 24 $2.88 Add