Reconciliation and territory acknowledgment: Equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) resource guide

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Reconciliation and protocols at SFU

Walk this Path With Us: Report of the SFU Aboriginal Reconciliation Council 
For information on reconciliation at SFU, including updates on how SFU is moving forward with ARC's recommendations. 

Indigenous Curriculum Resource Centre (SFU Library)
The ICRC supports the SFU teaching community in Indigenizing and decolonizing their curriculum and pedagogy.

Professional learning guides from BCcampus

Pulling Together: A Guide for Indigenization of Post-Secondary Institutions
series of professional learning guides from BC Campus, created to support "the systemic change happening across post-secondary institutions with decolonization, reconciliation, and Indigenization." Includes guides tailored towards teachers, administrators, front-line staff, and more.

Teachers and instructors: Pulling together: A guide for Indigenization of Post-secondary Institutions. Professional Learning Series. With a stylized image of people paddling a seagoing canoe built by First Nations people of the Northwest coast.


Resources for learning about histories of colonialism and residential schools

Where are the Children: Healing the Legacy of Residential Schools
An interactive website featuring survivors' stories, archival photos, maps, instructional resources, and more on the history and impact of residential schools and their legacy today.

Looking to learn more? The SFU Library has a wide variety of resources that support knowledge sharing, teaching, and research about the history of residential schools, their impact on communities, and their legacy today.

More resources for learning about territory acknowledgements

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