207 Reconciliation Resources

Jennifer Baetz

Last update: Feb 14/23



Collection of texts in which indigenous voices are prominent by various  (various licenses)


This is a Canadian created resourcenisitohtamowin ᓂᓯᑐᐦᑕᒧᐃᐧᐣ An Introduction to Understanding Indigenous Perspectives in Canada  by First Nations’ University of Canada  (all rights reserved)

This course is available to all Canadians until September 2025 from the First Nations University of Canada.


Indigenous Self-Determination through Mitho Pimachesowin: Perspectives from Northern Saskatchewan  by PKP Publishing Services Network (all rights reserved)

A special issue of The Northern Review focused on northern Saskatchewan perspectives and experience.


A People’s History of Structural Racism in Academia From A to Z (CC BY) by Susan Rahman, Kentfield, CA, Prateek Sunder, Kentfield, CA and Dahmitra Jackson

A U.S. based alphabetical listing of issues related to the legacy of racism that permeates academic culture.

Decolonizing the Engineering Curriculum  by Pamela Wolf; Alex Gonzalez; Curtis Rattray; Debalina Saha; James Shaw; Nika Martinussen; and Ben Harris  (CC-BY-NC)

Reconciliation + design is a set of adaptable resources developed to enable Engineering faculty to include Indigenous reconciliation in engineering courses. These resources consist of lecture slides, sample assignments, and rubrics primarily centred around decolonization. Your role will be to teach the decolonization curriculum from your perspective.

This is a British Columbia created resource.Pulling Together: A Guide for Curriculum Developers (CC BY NC)

The Curriculum Developers Guide is part of an open professional learning series developed in British Columbia. These guides are intended to support the systemic change occurring across post-secondary institutions through Indigenization, decolonization, and reconciliation.


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