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Indigenous Studies/Native American Studies Lib Guide

Resources about Indigenous/Native Americans

Resources for Classes

American Apartheid: The Native American Struggle for Self-Determination and Inclusion

Woodard discusses self determination of Native Americans. Published 2018

ISBN:9781632460684

Being Indigenous: Perspectives on Activism, Culture, Language and Identity / Edition 1

Editor Neoyooxet Greymorning discusses Indigenous Perspectives

ISBN:9781138314900

Published: 2018

Journal: Indian Country Today provides articles from 1983-2011

Available in Wayne State University's catalog

Ethnic Studies in Academic and Research Libraries—eEditions PDF e-book |  ALA Store

Book: Whose land is it anyway? A Manuel for Decolonization

2018

A collection of essays from Arthur Manuel, Taiaiake Alfred, and others about decolonizing Canada compiled by Peter McFarlane and Nicole Schabus.

Created by Sarah M. Henry Boggs at Wayne State University who is a Graduate Student Assistant in the Library System