Contemporary Issues

$20.00 each

For Indigenous Eyes Only: A Decolonization Handbook

Recognizing an urgent need for liberation strategies, this offers hands-on suggestions for Indigenous communities to decolonize themselves.

$7.00 each

Fort Chipewyan Homecoming: A Journey to Native Canada

12-year-old Matthew learns about his Chipewyan, Metis, and Cree heritage.

$26.00 each

From a Native Daughter: Colonialism and Sovereignty in Hawai'i

This collection of 17 essays on the Hawai’ian sovereignty movement is a searing indictment of racism and colonialism.

$22.00 each

God Is Red: A Native View of Religion

Remains the seminal work on Native spiritual beliefs.

$10.00 each

Gold, Greed & Genocide

Told mostly from the perspective of California Indian people whose lives have been and continue to be impacted by the California Gold Rush.

$2.00 each

Green March Moons

A powerful tale of growing up that expertly explores issues of rape, alcoholism, domestic violence and loss.

$19.00 each

I Will Be Meat for My Salish – The Montana Writers Project and the Buffalo of the Flathead Indian Reservation

Authentic look at Flathead Indian Reservation and pre-reservation Salish history, through oral interviews from the 1920s and 1930s.

$15.00 each

I’m Not the Indian You Had in Mind (NO LONGER AVAILABLE)

A brilliant, fast-paced visual performance, juxtaposing real contemporary Indians with cringe-inducing media images of Indians.

$40.00 each

Images of Indians

This fast-moving documentary series critically examines the Hollywood's misrepresentation of Indian peoples.

$30.00 each

In the Light of Reverence: Protecting America's Sacred Lands

Elders from three Indian communities tell the stories of the land and the struggle to protect the land.

$20.00 each

In the Spirit of Crazy Horse: The Story of Leonard Peltier and the FBI's War on the American Indian Movement

Finally republished after being kept off the shelves for eight years because of a government-financed lawsuit for the truths it exposed.

$50.00 each

In Whose Honor? American Indian Mascots in Sports

Examines the ingrained practice of using racist logos, nicknames, and caricatures of Indian peoples as school “mascots” in sports

$18.00 each

Indians in Unexpected Places

Deloria shows how popular culture continues to interpret images of Indians as though we are frozen in time!

$17.00 each

Just Like Me: Stories and Self Portraits by Fourteen Artists

Developed to fill the need for books written by People of Color for People of Color.

$7.50 each

Less than Half, More than Whole

We have a large quantity of this title in our warehouse and will make them available to schools and Indian Education Programs at a deep discount. Please email us for more information: orders[at]oyate[dot]org

This beautiful story is for all children, especially those who are called “half”-something or “part”-something.

$20.00 each

Life Woven with Song

Dauenhauer seamlessly weaves together memories of land, culture and community.

$65.00 each

Mapping Our Places: Voices from the Indigenous Communities Mapping Initiative

Through their own voices and images, presents the mapping projects carried out by four indigenous communities.

$11.00 each

Modern Indian Issues: A Lesson Series for Secondary Teachers and Students

Explores: Repatriation, Religious Freedom, Mascots and Stereotypes, Tribal Sovereignty, Tribal Government, Tribal Enterprises, and Treaty Rights.

$14.00 each

Moose to Moccasins: The Story of Ka Kita Wa Pa No Kwe

A great-grandmother tells what it was like living on the land when Indian families were struggling against the destructive values of an alien culture.

$6.00 each

Mush-hole: Memories of a Residential School

Engage very young readers in the important history of the residential school system, and the trauma that has resulted.

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