AMERICAN
INDIANS:
STEREOTYPES
& REALITIES
Devon A.
Mihesuah
Highly endorsed by American
Indian scholars and widely
taught in colleges and
universities, this book by a
Choctaw professor of
American Indian history
examines 24 myths about
American Indians no
schoolchild should believe.
"Required reading,"
Multicultural Review .  "A
valuable contribution,"
Journal of
Multicultural Social Work
.  
"Provides precious insight into the
racial identity and cultural
struggles of American Indians."

Dr. Donald L. Fixico
.  "A very
useful reader,"
Dr. Duane
Champagne
, UCLA American
Indian Studies Center.
DALIT:  
The Black
Untouchables
of India /
V. T. Rajshekar
Originally published in India
under the title Apartheid in
India, V.T. Rajshekar's
passionate work on the
plight of the Indian Dalits was
the first  book in the United
States to provide a Dalit view
of the roots and continuing
factors of the gross
oppression of the world's
largest minority (over 300
million people) through a
3,000 year history of
conquest, slavery, apartheid
and worse.
SUFFER THE
LITTLE CHILDREN
Genocide,
Indigenous Nations
and the
Canadian State

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Preface
Ward Churchill
Settler colonialism reveals the brutal
face of imperialism in some of its
most vicious forms.  This carefully
researched and penetrating study
focuses on one of its ugliest
manifestations, the forcible
transferring of indigenous children,
and makes a strong case for
Canadian complicity in a form of
'cultural genocide' – with
implications that reach to the
Anglosphere generally, and to some
of the worst crimes of the 'civilized
world' in the modern era."  
- Noam Chomsky

This ground-breaking book on
genocide and the forcible transfer of
Indigenous Peoples' children
focuses on Canada's residential
school system and child welfare
system.  It unpacks Canada's role in
the removal of cultural genocide
from the international legal
definition of genocide set forth in
the Genocide Convention, and
shows how Canada has failed to
comply with customary international
laws.

RESTORING THE
KINGDOM OF HAWAII
The Kanaka Maoli
Route to
Independence /

Francis A. Boyle
This book serves as a guide for
the pursuit of self-determination
by occupied nations and
indigenous peoples who can no
longer claim numerical majorities
over the whole of their native
lands.  It incorporates insights
derived from legal work Boyle has
done for Palestine, Lithuania,
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Puerto
Rico, Ireland and elsewhere
around the world.  Francis Boyle
outlines what the Kanaka Maoli
have done and must do to restore
their state's independence, de on
establishing relationships with and
gaining recognition by states
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"Eric Walberg is the perfect blend
of a historian with a firsthand
journalistic experience in the
Middle East and Canada. ... this
book represents both deep
understanding of history and his
unbending moral conviction.”
—Ramzy Baroud, author of The
Second Palestinian Intifada: A
Chronicle of a People’s Struggle

“Eric Walberg stood up for
indigenous people when it was
not popular to do so, as well as
having the courage to question
and to present the Palestinian
side of the story. He offers
humanization of the issues when
the main stream media will not.”
—TERRANCE NELSON
Vice-Chairman of the American
Indian Movement, former Chief,
Roseau River Anishinabe First
Nation

THE CANADA-
ISRAEL NEXUS

by

Eric Walberg
THE COLONIAL
PRESENT
The Rule of
Ignorance and
the Role of Law
in British
Columbia

Kerry Coast

"A timely, thorough, and
readable exposé ...
The Colonial
Present
integrates historical
context and contemporary
political and cultural dynamics
into its compelling assessment
of urgent questions affecting
indigenous land, natural
resources and sovereignty.  
This fascinating study provides
a template not only for
understanding but transforming
colonial realities throughout
North America."
Natsu Taylor Saito, Professor of
International Law, Georgia State
University