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Please enter a valid email address. Walmart Services. This latter group, Turner argues, must assert, protect, and defend the integrity of indigenous rights, sovereignty, and nationhood, as they are the ones able to 'speak the language' of the dominant culture while being guided by their indigenous philosophies. This is Not a Peace Pipe is a work that will be controversial amongst indigenous scholars by upsetting the assumptions many have about how best to fight for recognition of their legal and political distinctiveness.
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Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. How is it that 'Indians' can identify each other as 'real'? Cordova met Turner's challenge quite wittingly; she merely chose to say what it was not!
For Viola, the issue is "Being," not inclusion, and I agree with her. Turner, in This is Not a Peace Pipe , argues for the inclusion of Aboriginal voices missed by Canada's White Paper Liberalism of , by the reshaping of liberalism in Alan Cairns's "citizen plus" theory, and by the shortfalls of Will Kymlicka's concepts of cultural constraints: "For better or worse, it is predominately non-aboriginal judges and politicians who have the ultimate power to protect and enforce aboriginal rights, and so it is important to find a justification of them that such people can recognize and understand.
Indigenous intellectuals or Turner's "Word Warriors" such as Howard Adams, Marie Battiste, and Sa'ke'j Henderson and myself argue "that systemic racism is inherent in the very essence of mainstream universities in North America and it is not going to change. And why should it?
These are Euro-western schools based on Euro-western values. They are not Aboriginal schools based on Aboriginal values. Other International and Area Studies Commons.