Essential Topics

$15.00 each
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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
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Images of Indians

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

$30.00 each
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In the Heart of Big Mountain

One Diné family struggle with the federal government over the forced relocation of Diné families.

$30.00 each
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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
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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
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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

$14.00 each
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Land of the Spotted Eagle

Filled with personal stories, Standing Bear writes about child rearing and family; social, spiritual and political organization; and what it is to be human.

$17.00 each
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Last Standing Woman

Richly told stories of seven generations of White Earth Anishinaabe.  Said to be fiction, the stories are, in fact, real.

$40.00 each
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Listening to Our Grandmother’s Stories: The Bloomfield Academy for Chickasaw Females, 1852-1949

An award-winning contribution to the history of Indian women and women’s education.

$25.00 each
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Lost Bird of Wounded Knee

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee is the story of the little girl who came to symbolize all of the “lost birds” adopted away from their tribes.

$17.00 each
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Malian’s Song

Young readers will learn about the devastation of 1759 attack on the village of Odanack, and the resilience of the people.

$11.00 each
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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.

$20.00 each
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Mountain Windsong: A Novel of the Trail of Tears

Conley tells the tragic story of two ordinary young people caught up in the removal from their traditional lands.

$6.00 each
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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.

$9.00 each
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My Name is Seepeetza

Based on Sterling’s own experiences in a residential school, this is a story of how children’s lives are governed by a forced denial of their identity.

$13.00 each
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My People the Sioux

Published in 1928, Luther Standing Bear’s autobiographical account of his tribe has been hailed by many.

$18.00 each
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Native American Testimony: A Chronicle of Indian-White Relations from Prophecy to the Present, 1492-2000

An important history of Native-white relations seen through Indian eyes and told through Indian voices. 

$12.00 each
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No Parole Today

A must-read for anyone who thinks life in the residential schools wasn't so bad, and for everyone who knows it was.

$9.00 each
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No Time to Say Goodbye: Children’s Stories of Kuper Island Residential School

A fictional account of five children taken by government agents brought to Kuper Island Residential School in the 1950s.

$7.50 each
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Northwest Indigenous Gold Rush History: The Indian Survivors of California’s Holocaust

From an Indian perspective, the "Gold Rush" was a time of invasion, famine, murder, massacre.

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