Reconciliation Resources

We’ll add to these resources as we come across new ones.  Please check back.  We’ve attempted to include resources that are easily accessible, as well as some that are a little more challenging.  The point is to start where you’re at.​
ON TREATY
BOOKS WE'RE USING
  • The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America, by Thomas King. You can purchase this from the bookstore, or borrow it from our library. ​
  • One Church, Many Tribes, by Richard Twiss. You can purchase this from our bookstore, or borrow it from our library. ​
  • Final Report on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. You can borrow this book in our library. ​
ON THE TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION
OUR SPEAKERS
  • You can watch Ray Aldred share here.
MISCELLANEOUS RESOURCES
  • Treaty Talk is a video that shares a “teepee talk” and relates some of the ways Indigenous people make sense of the world:

  • https://www.treatytalk.com/

  • Reserve 107 is a documentary on how one community is learning to make a new way forward : https://www.reserve107thefilm.com/

  • First Contact is a reality tv series that follows non-indigenous people as they travel to reserves and learn what it means to be Indigenous in Canada today: https://aptn.ca/firstcontact/

  • If you're interested in discovering ways you can practically engage in reconciliation, check out this resource: https://www.beaconnectr.org.