What follows is a curated series of videos relating to Indigenous methodologies, world views, and how we can engage in reconciliation in education institutions.

Reconciliation and Education

From the UBCx MOOC Reconciliation Through Indigenous Education:
What Is Reconciliation:

Think Indigenous – Dr. Cindy Blackstock:
Introducing and Disrupting the Perfect Stranger:

History of Indigenous Education:
Reconciliation and Education – Starleigh Grass:

The Stranger – Gord Downie, the Secret Path:
Savage—a film by Lisa Jackson:

Resistance and Critique

Reconciliation as Recolonization – Dr. Taiaiake Alfred:
Restoring Nationhood – Leanne Simpson:

Indigenous Feminisms’ Affective Response to State Violence – Dian Million:
We have to Fight–Winona LaDuke:

Supporting Indigenous Resurgence—Gerald Taiaiake Alfred:

Indigenous Knowledge for Education

From the UBCx MOOC Reconciliation through Indigenous Education:
Circle of Life – Aboriginal Worldview – Susie Jones:

Different Ways of Knowing the World – Dr. Allan Luke:
First Peoples Principles of Learning – Laura Tait:

Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science – Dr. Gregory Cajete:
Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science – Dr. Leroy Little Bear:

Learning from Story, from the UBCx MOOC Reconciliation through Indigenous Education:
Working with Indigenous Stories – Dr. Jo-ann Archibald:

Indigenous Stories and their Framework – Dr. Jo-ann Archibald:

Indigenizing the Academy

Interview with Dr. Jo-ann Archibald:

What does an Indigenous University look like – Niigaanwewidam (James) Sinclair:

Indigenizing Post-Secondary Education – Conestoga College:

Indigenizing the University – Cape Breton University:

Post-Secondary Education for Indigenous Peoples – University of Winnipeg:

The Land

Learning from the Land, from the UBCx MOOC Reconciliation through Indigenous Education:
A Pueblo Story of Sustainability | Gregory A. Cajete:

An Interview with Leanne Simpson:
Situating Indigenous Knowledge Systems – Dr. Marie Battiste:

Place-Based Education, STAR School:

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A photo of the rocks on Lake Devo where artist Lori Blondeau has installed images of Indiegnous women in red to call attention to the missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada.
03 Oct 2017

Three Threads of Commitment: Ryerson Student Affairs’ Response to Truth and Reconciliation Commission

In the preface to the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC), Justice Murray Sinclair declares that “reconciliation is not an

John Hannah 0
The long road stretches forward, but both feet on the ground, walking side by side, the journey is all of ours to take together.
16 Feb 2017

Heeding the Call(s): On Allyship, Being a Good Friend, and Doing Better

The Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report is hovering, waiting for us to read, write, and develop programs in response to their findings. I feel

Deena Shaffer 0
Looking up, through very thick trees, you can just see a spot of light, the sun and sky, but thought tiny it shines brightly.
13 Dec 2016

Beginnings of Knowing: A Story

The Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report is hovering, waiting for us to read, write, and develop programs in response to their findings. I feel

Deena Shaffer 0
A large mural on the side of a building, standing between city sky and trees, depicting elements of Aboriginal history and community.
10 Nov 2016

Heeding the Call(s): Myriad Knowledges

The Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report is hovering, waiting for us to read, write, and develop programs in response to their findings. I feel

Deena Shaffer 0
We can see a piece of the road, but the whole path is still unclear, covered. Only time and effort will make it visible.
19 Oct 2016

Heeding the Call(s): Student Affairs and the TRC’s Recommendations

The Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report is hovering, waiting for us to read, write, and develop programs in response to their findings. I feel

Deena Shaffer 1