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BOOKS:

Acoose, Janice. (1995). Iskwewak: Neither Indian princesses nor easy squaws. Toronto, Canada: Women’s Press.

Anderson, Kim. (2000). Recognition of being: Reconstructing Native womanhood. Toronto, Canada: Sumach Press.

Anderson, Kim. (2011). Life stages and Native women. Winnipeg, Canada: University of Manitoba Press.

Boyden, Joseph (Ed.). (2014). Kwe: Standing with our sisters. Retrieved from http://www.amnesty.ca/our-work/issues/indigenous-peoples/no-more-stolen-sisters/kwe-standing-with-our-sisters

Campbell, Maria. (1973). Halfbreed. Toronto, Canada: McClelland and Stewart Limited.

Goulding, Warren. (2001). Just another Indian: A serial killer and Canada’s indifference. Calgary, Canada: Fifth House Ltd.

Maracle, Lee. (1996). I am woman: A Native perspective on sociology and feminism. Vancouver, Canada: Press Gang.

Mosionier, Beatrice. (1983). In search of April Raintree. Winnipeg, Canada: Portage & Main.

Palmater, Pamela. (2015). Section 3: Murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls. In Indigenous nationhood: Empowering grassroots citizens. Winnipeg, Canada: Fernwood Publishing Company Limited .

Razack, Sherene. (2002). Gendered racial violence and spatialized justice: The murder of Pamela George. In Race, space, and the law: Unmapping a white settler society. Toronto, Canada: Between The Lines.

 

GRAPHIC NOVELS

Robertson, David Alexander. (2008). The life of Helen Betty Osborne. Winnipeg, Canada: Portage & Main Press.

 

CHILDREN’S BOOKS

Florence, Melanie. (2015). Missing Nimâmâ. Aurora, Canada: Clockwise Press.

 

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