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  • ISBN: 9781895686463
  • ISBN: 1895686466
  • Physical Description: print
    x, 273 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Publisher: Halifax, Nova Scotia : Fernwood Publishing, c1995.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references: pp. 265-273.
Formatted Contents Note: foreword -- First words -- Flint Woman speaks - 1. Ka-nin-geh-heh-gah-e-sa-nonh-yah-gah - 2. Reflecting on Flint Woman - 3. Self portrait: Flint Woman - 4. Flint Woman: surviving the contradictions in Acadamia -- Politics of oppression 1. Education - 5. Alienation and isolation: patterns of colonialism in Canada's education system - 6. Now that the door is open: Aboriginal peoples and the law school experience -- Politics of oppression 2. Women and politics - 7. Aboriginal women and the application of the charter - 8. Seeking my reflection: law and constitutional change - 9. Organizing against oppression: Aboriginal women and the Canadian State -- Politics of oppresson 3. Justice - 10. A vicious circle: child welfare and the First Nations - 4. The roles and responsibilities of Aboriginal women: reclaiming justice -- Myths and revolution: thoughts on moving justice forward in Aboriginal communities -- References.
Summary, etc.: Her book, Thunder in my Soul, contains the reflections of a Mohawk woman and her struggles to find a good place to be in Canadian society. The essays, written in enjoyable and accessible language, document the struggles against oppression that Aboriginal people face, as well as the success and change that have come to Aboriginal communities. It is written from a woman's place. This book is a Canadian first. Although many other volumes of collected papers on Aboriginal issues have appeared in the last decade, no other Canadian text contains the works of one Aboriginal academic. This book has many possibilities. It could be used as a text in a variety of courses in the disciplines of women's studies, Native studies, sociology, education, politics and law. These essays are written in an enjoyable and accessible language. It is an excellent book for anyone who wishes to better understand the Aboriginal experience. It speaks to both the mind and the heart.
Subject: Monture, Patricia A. (Patricia Anne)
Native peoples -- Canada -- Social conditions
Mohawk women -- Canada -- Social conditions
Mohawk women -- Canada -- Biography
Native women -- Canada
Native peoples -- Canada -- Legal status, laws, etc
Mohawk women -- Legal status, laws, etc -- Canada
Topic Heading: First Nations Canada.
Indigenous.
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