• The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen

    The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen

    Sherman, Sean

    Chef Sean Sherman (Oglala Lakota) shares his modern take on Native American cuisine in this flavorful, informative and beautifully illustrated cookbook that showcases ingredients indigenous to North America.

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  • Native American Literature

    Native American Literature

    Teuton, Sean Kicummah

    Learn about the rich history of North American Indigenous literature from its origins in oral traditions over 30,000 years ago to modern authors like Louise Erdrich and James Welch in this concise overview by literary scholar Teuton (Cherokee).

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  • The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee

    The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee

    Treuer, David

    Drawing on history, memoir and profiles of contemporary North American Indigenous people, Treuer (Ojibwe) has produced a broad, compelling and forcefully argued counter-narrative to mainstream "tragic mode" histories of Native America.

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  • Decolonizing Wealth

    Decolonizing Wealth

    Villanueva, Edgar

    Philanthropist Villanueva (Lumbee) draws on Indigenous traditions and knowledge to challenge mainstream charitable giving practices and develop a more equitable approach to addressing wealth disparity in the United States.

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  • White Magic

    White Magic

    Washuta, Elissa

    In a series of interconnected essays, Cowlitz author Washuta comes to terms with heartbreak, longing and loss, inventively using pop culture references (Fleetwood Mac, Twin Peaks, the computer game Oregon Trail) as guideposts along the way.

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