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ECW Press Spring 2019 Trade

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    Distributor: Jaguar Book Group Availability: Available Expected Ship Date: Feb 26, 2019 On Sale Date: Mar 19, 2019 Carton Quantity: 33 $24.95 CAD
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Legacy
Trauma, Story, and Indigenous Healing
By (author): Suzanne Methot
9781770414259 Paperback, Trade English General Trade SOCIAL SCIENCE / Indigenous Studies Mar 19, 2019
$24.95 CAD
Active 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.83 in 368 pages 7 7 photographs, black and white, 4 4 figuresFigures ECW Press

Five hundred years of colonization have taken an incalculable toll on the Indigenous peoples of the Americas: substance use disorders and shockingly high rates of depression, diabetes, and other chronic health conditions brought on by genocide and colonial control. With passionate logic and chillingly clear prose, author and educator Suzanne Methot uses history, human development, and her own and others’ stories to trace the roots of Indigenous cultural dislocation and community breakdown in an original and provocative examination of the long-term effects of colonization. But all is not lost. Methot also shows how we can come back from this with Indigenous ways of knowing lighting the way.

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With passionate logic and chillingly clear prose, author and educator Suzanne Methot uses history, human development, and her own and others’ stories to trace the roots of Indigenous cultural dislocation and community breakdown in an original and provocative examination of the long-term effects of colonization.

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  • Draws on healing knowledge from Indigenous communities across North America.

  • Suzanne is co-author of the grade 11 textbook and teachers’ resource Aboriginal Beliefs, Values, and Aspirations.

  • Indigenous issues and rights are increasingly hitting the front pages; addressing and acknowledging them is extremely timely and long overdue.

Audience

  • Readers of issue-based books

  • Age 18–50+

  • Government employees

  • Academics

  • Both Indigenous and non-Indigenous audiences

Suzanne Methot is a Nehiyaw (Cree) writer, editor, educator, and community worker born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and raised in Peace River, Alberta. Her work has been published in anthologies including Steal My Rage: New Native Voices and Let the Drums Be Your Heart. She has worked in the non-profit sector, in the classroom, and in advocacy and direct-service positions in Indigenous community–based agencies. She is co-author of the textbook Aboriginal Beliefs, Values, and Aspirations, and she currently lives in Toronto, Ontario.

“Powerful . . . A deeply empathetic and inspiring work with insights of value to anyone struggling to overcome personal or communal trauma.” — Library Journal

Legacy is a book that is sure to be found on classroom syllabuses in years to come. It offers Indigenous readers testimony and some tools, and provides non-Indigenous readers depth of scope for understanding the relationships that exist between Indigenous peoples, their nations, and Canada.” — Quill & Quire

“An important addition to the Indigenous library shelf.” — Booklist

“This book is accessible, relatable, and full of storytelling about real people. It deeply resonates with me as a traditional counsellor, educator, and Indigenous person. Suzanne Methot, a brave Nehiyaw writer and community helper, takes up the challenges of logically explaining a child’s traumatized brain and body and how these impacts continue into adulthood. Methot also explores Indigenous health-care models, proving that Indigenous values provide solutions. This book uncovers the critical need for legislation that moves from creating ‘a renewed relationship’ with Indigenous peoples to creating real structural change.” — Dr. Cyndy Baskin, Mi’kmaq Nation, Associate Professor, School of Social Work, Ryerson University

“[A] beautifully written book about strategies for healing from intergenerational trauma . . . In crystal-clear prose, Methot has written a book that is both easy to follow and crucial to read.” — LitHub

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