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Book Title: Pulling Together: Foundations Guide

Subtitle: Pulling Together: A guide for Indigenization of post-secondary institutions. A professional learning series.

Authors: Kory Wilson and Colleen Hodgson

Book Description: Foundations Guide is part of a learning series for public post-secondary staff to begin or supplement ways to Indigenize the institution and professional practice.

License:
Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial

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Book Description

The Foundations Guide is part of an open professional learning series developed for staff across post-secondary institutions in British Columbia to support Indigenization of institutions and professional practice. The Foundations Guide includes introductory information about Canadian-Indigenous relationships. This is a self-guided resource and is a beginning step for those looking to broaden their knowledge about Indigenous peoples across Canada and British Columbia.

Authors

Kory Wilson and Colleen Hodgson

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Pulling Together: Foundations Guide by Kory Wilson and Colleen Hodgson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

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Title
Pulling Together: Foundations Guide
Authors
Kory Wilson and Colleen Hodgson
Contributor
Dianne Biin
License

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Pulling Together: Foundations Guide by Kory Wilson and Colleen Hodgson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Artist Statement

Inspired by the annual gathering of ocean-going canoes through Tribal Journeys, ‘Pulling Together’ created by Kwakwaka’wakw artist, Lou-ann Neel, is intended to represent the connections each of us has to our respective Nations and to one another as we Pull Together. Working toward our common visions, we move forward in sync, so we can continue to build and manifest strong, healthy communities with foundations rooted in our ancient ways.

 

Thank you to all of the writers and contributors to the guides. We asked writers to share a phrase from their Indigenous languages on paddling or pulling together…

‘alhgoh ts’ut’o ~ Wicēhtowin ~
kən limt p cyʕap ~ si’sixwanuxw ~ ƛihšƛ ~
Alh ka net tsa doh ~ snuhwulh ~
Hilzaqz as q̓íǧuála q̓úsa m̓ánáǧuala wíw̓úyalax̌sṃ ~
k’idéin át has jeewli.àat ~ Na’tsa’maht ~
S’yat kii ga goot’deem ~ Yequx deni nanadin ~
Mamook isick

Thank you to the Indigenization Project Steering Committee, project advisors and BCcampus staff who offered their precious time and energy to guide this project. Your expertise, gifts, and generosity were deeply appreciated.

Project Steering Committee

Verna Billy-Minnabarriet, Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
Jo Chrona, First Nations Education Steering Committee
Marlene Erickson, College of New Caledonia, BC Aboriginal Post-Secondary Coordinators
Jan Hare, University of British Columbia
Colleen Hodgson, Métis Nation British Columbia
Deborah Hull, Project co-chair, Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training
Janice Simcoe, Project co-chair, Camosun College, I-LEAD
Kory Wilson, BC Institute of Technology

BCcampus

Dianne Biin, Project Manager and Content Developer
Michelle Glubke, Senior Manager
Lucas Wright, Open Education Advisor

Supported by

BCcampus

Government of British COlumbia