a deck to deal with!
84 cards depict choice, chance, and change. Accompanying handbook elaborates each card with stories, questions, and quotes from revolutionaries around the world.
by Beatrice Elaine Silver / Su'ye'al
Janet and her dog Buster wonder who will look after them while her parents are away in Ottawa, for a whole week!
In Halkomelem and English.
This illustrated ballad describes a grandmother and child as they go out to plant the garden for their family. Grandmother brings the child along, teaching him just how to do it:
Now, child, she said,
I'm telling you
that planting is the thing.
Take hat. Take gloves.
Take tools and seeds,
and lots of coloured string.
"Collected Reflections, Essential Truths," will feature recollections of Wolverine, the Secwepemc traditionalist, by a diverse group of people. Wolverine influenced many by the wisdom and strength of his presence.
He is best known for repelling would-be trespassers on unceded, non-treaty Secwepemc territory, at Gustafsen Lake (near 100 Mile House, British Columbia) in 1995.
The collected writings will be a contribution to his enduring legacy, as well as a fundraising item to benefit his widow. It will be edited by Miranda Dick and Kerry Coast