Canadian Native People and De-Colonization
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This paper argues that decolonization will mean an exploration of particular Native spirituality and histories, not content with Nation summaries or scholarly accounts. The writer maintains that decolonization will require spiritual forms that include those worst off in Native society and that include like-minded non-Aboriginal persons.
From the Paper:"Colonization involved a complex set of processes to shape different Native communities in different ways. A broader approach is perhaps more satisfying, so as to view all presently living Aboriginal persons and groups as the descendants of generations of survivors who benefit from not just cultural revival work that is underway in all parts of Canada, but from cultural discovery and recovery as desired. One sees much scholarship that refers to general tendencies of Indigenous cultures, around the world, as stressed by Deborah McGregor's study of Traditional Ecological ..."
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