Indigenization at Georgian

Supporting Indigenization at Georgian with resources available through our library and on the web.

Why Indigenization is Important at Georgian

Indigenization refers to the infusion of Indigenous ideas, values, peoples, symbols, esthetics, procedures and an authentic history into an organization so that it is a product of Indigenous imaginations and aspirations. Georgian College has made Indigenization a priority and aims to enrich our college community with as much Indigenous culture and knowledge as possible.

Other Educational Resources

Indigenization Contacts at Georgian

Kaila McCormick - Indigenization Specialist

Indigenous Services @ Georgian

Contact Georgian's Centre For Teaching and Learning (CTL) for assistance re: blending Indigenous knowledge in your curriculum.

Indigenous Books @ the Library

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Indian Horse

Available at Barrie, Orillia, and Owen Sound

Indian Givers: How Native Americans transformed the world

Available at Barrie, Orillia, and Owen Sound

Seven Fallen Feathers: Racism, death, and hard truths in a northern city

Available in Barrie

And Grandma Said... Iroquois Teachings: As passed down through the oral tradition

Available at Barrie

The no-nonsense guide to Indigenous peoples

Available at Barrie and Orillia

Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada

On order for Barrie

Anishnaabe world: A survival guide for building bridges between Canada and First Nations

Available in Orillia

Indigenous Writes

Available at Barrie

Where the Pavement Ends

Ebook. Also available at Barrie and Orillia

Colonized Classrooms: Racism, Trauma, and Resistance in Post-Secondary Education

Available in Orillia.

Indigenous Videos @ the Library

Clouds of Autumn

Clouds of Autumn

Streamed video

After the Last River

After the last river

Streamed video

Colonization Road

Colonization Road

Streamed video

Indian Horse

Indian Horse

Streamed video and DVD copy

8th Fire

8th Fire

4 parts; Streamed video; DVD