This research guide is intended for students, faculty, and researchers to use and locate resources to help their understanding of the complexities surrounding Indigenous spatial and land based activism. It focuses specifically on strategies for researching contemporary Indigenous struggles over spatial justice. Because grassroots struggles for justice are not always well represented within academic literature, this guide provides additional research strategies, including tips for navigating news and social media.
Some highlights from the new guide includes:
- Links and resources from the UBC Wet’suwet’en Virtual Teach In that was hosted on April 9th as well as a PDF linking to the Teach In resources.
- Current News Articles on Indigenous Movements
- Organizations, Campaigns & Movements official websites organized in easy to find lists
- Allyship Resources
And more lists of books, theses, scholarly articles and other helpful resources on this topic!
Please feel free to email us any feedback on the new research guide or any questions about this topic to email@example.com