Edited by :Katherine Graham ,
Edited by :David Newhouse
Imprint:University of Manitoba Press - Winnipeg
Dimensions:9in x 6 x 1.26 in | 767 gr
Page Count:512 pages
Katherine Graham has been an active scholar on Indigenous and Northern issues for over four decades. She served in several senior research and policy roles with the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.
David Newhouse is Professor of Indigenous Studies and Director of the Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies at Trent University. He was a member of the policy team on economics for the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples.
"Sharing the Land, Sharing a Future provides a critical assessment of the limited progress made in implementing RCAP’s recommendations and consideration of the actions needed to move forward with the TRC’s Calls for Action – that might be a second chance to truly decolonize the situation of Indigenous peoples with homelands in the Canadian territory.” - Peter Russell, Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto
“In the current political landscape Sharing the Land, Sharing a Future is an important and necessary work that brings a wealth of scholarship into conversation with post RCAP and TRC realities. By centering the vision of RCAP and asserting decolonial pathways toward Indigenous sovereignty, it will trouble the notion of reconciliation and what that really means in a settler colonial state.” - Jennifer Brant, Assistant Professor Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, University of Toronto