• Spirit Run

    Spirit Run

    Álvarez, Noé

    A Mexican American descendant of the Purépecha people, Álvarez reconnected with his ancestry and forged new bonds with other Indigenous peoples by running in the Peace and Dignity Journeys, an Indigenous relay race across the continent.

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  • A History of My Brief Body

    A History of My Brief Body

    Belcourt, Billy-Ray

    Driftpile Cree poet and author Belcourt's recent memoir juxtaposes the personal and the political, the poetic and the philosophical in a profound, insightful and moving collection essays about growing up queer and Indigenous.

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  • Black Indian

    Black Indian

    Buchanan, Shonda

    This "inspiring story . . explores [Buchanan's] family's legacy of being African Americans with American Indian roots and how they dealt with not just society's ostracization but the consequences of this dual inheritance." -- Publisher's description

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  • Tawâw

    Tawâw

    Chartrand, Shane

    First Nations chef Chartrand (Cree) draws from his Indigenous roots as well as French and Asian culinary traditions in this beautifully designed cookbook featuring essays on Native culture alongside mouthwatering recipes.

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  • Making A Difference

    Making A Difference

    Deer, Ada Elizabeth

    The first woman to head the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Deer (Menominee) was a tireless advocate for her people in their ultimately successful campaign to restore their tribal status. Learn more about her life and work in this inspiring memoir.

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  • Becoming Mary Sully

    Becoming Mary Sully

    Deloria, Philip Joseph

    Scholar Philip J. Deloria (Dakota) reassesses the work of Dakota Sioux artist Mary Sully, a largely self-taught abstract Indigenous artist whose unique blend of traditional craft with early 20th-century modernism remained unknown until recently.

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  • A Mind Spread Out on the Ground

    A Mind Spread Out on the Ground

    Elliott, Alicia

    A bicultural and binational author, Elliott (Tuscarora) writes poignantly about the legacy of trauma and oppression in her communities and her own family, and its impact on the mental health of Indigenous peoples on both sides of the border.

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  • Our History Is the Future

    Our History Is the Future

    Estes, Nick

    Activist, scholar, and Lower Brule Sioux citizen Estes traces the history of Indigenous resistance to colonization and environmental degradation from first contact to the present day in this spirited account.

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  • As Long as Grass Grows

    As Long as Grass Grows

    Gilio-Whitaker, Dina

    Scholar Gilio-Whitaker (Colville Confederated Tribes) has written a thoughtful and stirring call to arms for an intersectional environmental justice movement that centers the centuries-long work of Indigenous peoples to protect the land.

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  • Haboo

    Haboo

    Translated and edited by Upper Skagit elder Vi Hilbert, this new edition of 33 stories from the Lushootseed-speaking peoples of Puget Sound features a beautiful redesign and a new foreword by Jill La Pointe, Hilbert's granddaughter.

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