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“Indians Wear Red”

Colonialism, Resistance, and Aboriginal Street Gangs

With the advent of Aboriginal street gangs such as Indian Posse, Manitoba Warriors, and Native Syndicate, Winnipeg garnered a reputation as the “gang capital of Canada.” Yet beyond the … ; ; ; 176 View

In Their Own Voices

Building Urban Aboriginal Communities

In Their Own Voices is an examination of the urban Aboriginal experience, based on the voices of Aboriginal people. It is set in Winnipeg’s inner city, but has implications for urban Aboriginal … 189 View

The Imaginary Indian, 1st Edition

The Image of the Indian in Canadian Culture

First published in 1992, The Imaginary Indian is a revealing history of the "Indian" image mythologized by popular Canadian culture since 1850, propagating stereotypes that exist to … 284 View

The Imaginary Indian, 2nd Edition

The Image of the Indian in Canadian Culture

First published in 1992, The Imaginary Indian is a revealing history of the “Indian” image mythologized by popular Canadian culture since 1850, propagating stereotypes that exist to … 284 View
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Building a Path to a Better Future

Urban Aboriginal People

From: In Their Own Voices

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Introduction

From: “Indians Wear Red”

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Preface to the Second Edition, Acknowledgements, Foreword by Randy Fred, Introduction

From: The Imaginary Indian, 2nd Edition

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Randy Fred debunks the concept of “Indians” and claims that Native people live within a world of imagery that isn’t their own. Daniel Frances further explores the myth that is … 43 $1.72 Add
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Preface to the Second Edition, Acknowledgements, Foreword by Randy Fred, Introduction

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Randy Fred debunks the concept of “Indians” and claims that Native people live within a world of imagery that isn’t their own. Daniel Frances further explores the myth that is … 43 $1.72 Add
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I did not know who I was

From: Gang Life

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twenty-five-year-old Kim describes a life, both inside and outside her gang, in which “I did not know who I was.” Her childhood and early adolescence were wracked with rejection and … 21 $2.10 Add
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In But Not Of

Aboriginal People in an Inner-City Neighbourhood

From: In Their Own Voices

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Poverty, Street Gangs, and Colonialism

From: “Indians Wear Red”

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“The Tools You Need To Discover Who Your Are”

Aboriginal Learners in Selected Adult Learning Centre in Winnipeg

From: In Their Own Voices

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The Trauma Trails of Colonialism

From: “Indians Wear Red”

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“A Very Hostile System In Which To Live”

Aboriginal Electoral Participation

From: In Their Own Voices

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The Trouble With Normal

The Growth and Culture of Aboriginal Street Gangs

From: “Indians Wear Red”

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“It’s Like a Business, Man”

Aboriginal Street Gangs and the Illegal Drug Trade

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