Nationhood Interrupted

Nationhood Interrupted

Revitalizing Nêhiyaw Legal Systems

Book - 2015
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Traditionally, nêhiyaw (Cree) laws are shared and passed down through oral customs -- stories, songs, ceremonies -- using lands, waters, animals, land markings and other sacred rites. However, the loss of the languages, customs, and traditions of Indigenous peoples as a direct result of colonization has necessitated this departure from the oral tradition to record the physical laws of the nêhiyaw. McAdam, a co-founder of the international movement Idle No More, shares nêhiyaw laws so that future generations, both nêhiyaw and non-Indigenous people, may understand and live by them to revitalize Indigenous nationhood.
Publisher: Saskatoon, SK, Canada : Purich Publishing Limited, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781895830804
189583080X
Branch Call Number: 342.710872 MCA
Characteristics: 118 pages :,illustrations

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Gain insight into the indigenous laws of the Nehiyaw with this book by Sylvia McAdam, a co-founder of the Idle No More movement.


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