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“Gehl is on the cutting edge.” Lorelei Anne Lambert, author of Research for Indigenous Survival
“This heartfelt book chronicles a journey of struggle, wonder and discovery. Its honesty and directness is refreshing. It is a welcome addition to the field.” John Borrows, author of Freedom and Indigenous Constitutionalism and Recovering Canada
“The discussion of heart and mind knowledge are the Anishinaabeg Clan System of Governance are major contributions to the research.” Marlyn Bennett, founder of First Peoples Child & Family Review
“Extraordinary and inspiring...” Lorraine F. Mayer, author of Cries from a Metis Heart
A Joyful Celebration of Indigenous Knowledge...
Based on my life as an Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe, and my doctoral work, this book offers something for everyone: an analysis of Algonquin contact history, a first ever insider analysis of the land claims process, an examination of Algonquin agency, and an analysis of the continuing colonial project. It does this through valuing traditional ways of knowing and being such as wampum diplomacy, as well as valuing the role of both the heart and mind as repositories, and creators, of knowledge.
My third book, a fundraiser book for the work I do on unknown and unstated paternity and the Indian Act, is now available ...