The Decolonization Issue

Issue 39, Fall 2015

Issue 39

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There are good and bad things in our society, successes and failures. But there is only one fundamental reality that remains unaddressed. That is the situation of indigenous peoples. This is the single most important issue before us, whether we are recently arrived in Canada or have been here for centuries. – John Ralston Saul

  • Free study guide (4-page PDF)
  • Web Exclusive
  • Eyes to See
    Joanna Shenk
  • Regulars
  • Editorial: Opening words with our Guest Editors
    Leah Gazan, Steve Heinrichs 4
  • Letters 64
  • Sinner’s Corner
    Margot Starbuck 67
  • Comic
    Justin Petkau 31
  • Poetry
  • The Haunting
    Randy S. Woodley 17
  • a son of the forest, still
    Joshua Whitehead 22
  • we are just: INDIAN WOMAN
    Rosanna Deerchild 78
  • Decolonization
  • Decommissioning
    Stan McKay 6
  • A Treaty is a Gift
    Niigaanwewidam Sinclair 10
  • Ten Totally Transparent Settler Excuses
    Annette Furo 12
  • Where Post-colonial and Pre-colonial Thought Touch
    Randy S. Woodley 16
  • Language Conveys Respect
    David M. Neufeld 18
  • Women’s Jurisdiction is Still Here
    Sylvia McAdam 20
  • Language as the Root of Ojibwe Knowledge
    Darren Courchene 24
  • Interwoven: A Story of Healing a Fractured Identity
    Katrina Stock 28
  • Colonizer and Colonized
    Andrea Glen 30
  • Settler ‘Response-Ability’
    Elaine Enns 32
  • Anti-Apartheid and Decolonization in Canada and Palestine
    Christian Peacemaker Teams 36
  • Truth Like Water
    Monique Woroniak 40
  • Know the Gospel in Your Gut
    Jodi Spargur 42
  • Watershed Knowledge Aids Reconciliation
    Sara Stratton 45
  • Decolonizing the Index
    Stephen Ullstrom 46
  • C’mon Sci-fi, Help Us Imagine Diversity
    Peter Haresnape 48
  • Public Art 49
  • Gitskan Lessons
    Emily Bulmer 50
  • Different Drummer, Same Beat
    Meagan Gillmore 52
  • Integrity Comes at a Financial Cost
    Terry LeBlanc 55
  • Resources for Further Reading 62
  • Sections
  • Experiments 68
  • Living Alone Taught Me How to Live With Others
  • Geez Inspires Reader to Give up Phone for Lent
  • Computer-free Study More Efficient
  • Civil Disobedience 72
  • From Russia with Love
  • New Zealand Priest Protests Free-trade Agreement
  • Protesting the Canonization
  • Canada’s Patriot Act
  • Feministry 74
  • My Stealthy Freedom
  • Catcalling-free Zones Declared
  • Church Institutes Gender Policy
  • Women Read from Jewish Holy Text
  • Christian Peacemaker Teams 75
  • Kurdish Update
  • Safe Walk
  • New Name
  • Catholic Worker 76
  • Nonviolence Being Served in Baltimore
  • Bix Joins the Ancestors
  • Catholic Workers go to Jail Protesting Religious Laws
  • The Rainbow Page 77
  • Republic of Ireland Votes “Yes” on Gay Marriage
  • The Number of U.S. Christians Declines, but for the Gay Religious, it’s a Different Story
  • Lesbian, Bi, Teens More Likely to get Pregnant: Study

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