This blog is run by a Nambé Pueblo Indigenous person with the express intent to help educators choose texts which authentically represent BIPOC people. Note: this website is hosted in the States so the naming conventions are not correct for Canada.
Created by Rachel Chong, the Indigenous Engagement and Subject Liaison Librarian at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, this fantastic resource answers many questions about using and citing Indigenous information.
Indigenous Storybooks is inspired by the open-licensed stories from Little Cree Books. This project makes the text, images, and audio of stories available in Indigenous languages as well as English, French, and the most widely spoken immigrant and refugee languages of Canada.
A poem in the footnotes by Métis writer and academic Jessie Loyer. Students will learn about the process to make pemmican and may reflect on how culture shapes our understanding of the world. Recommended for grades 9-12 by the author.