This hidden gem responds to a need to identify the continuity, resistance and vitality of the cultural heritages and contemporary practices of which continue in our communities to this day. In particular, this resource highlights the stories from the Haudenosaunee of the Six Nations, the James Bay Cree, and the Lubicon Cree. Captured inside are excerpts from interviews with Seneca Clan Mother Sadie Buck, the Waswanipi Cree hunter Paul Dixon, and Lubicon Chief Bernard Ominayak.
By highlighting the words, experiences and ideology of these unique nations, readers are challenged to consider their relationships with the natural environment. This resource was originally published in connection to an exhibition of the same name, featured at the Centre in 1992.
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