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  • Do You Eat the Red Ones Last?

    Canada's Not-so-Clandestine War to Expropriate Indigenous Lands and Resources: An Anthropologist's Curious Journey Through the Mind-Fields of Indigenous Knowledge, Rights, and Culture by

    Part exposé, part memoir, part reference manual for reconciling Indigenous and non-Indigenous rights in Canada, Do You Eat the Red Ones Last? takes the reader on one anthropologist’s journey through the turbulent waters of Canada’s contested lands ...


  • We the Papal

    Exposing Karen, The Red Diamond, and ChurchX by

    Deception is the greatest crisis facing the world. Few believed the 911 Commission’s official report, choosing instead to believe in a controlled demolition of the World Trade Center. Likewise, many believe an invisible shadow government is ...


  • Dialogue

    The Influence of Intra-personal Discourse on Interpersonal Communication in Fostering Relationships in a Digital Age by

    I am glad to see a new work from Fr. Emmanuel Olusola on the importance of dialogue. In a world with advanced technologies for communication, coupled with increasing polarization, it is a task of both the Church and of society to create dynamics for ...


  • Social Psychology and Social Change in Nigeria

    A Systematic Evaluation of Government Social Policies and Programs by

    Governments in the developing nations of Africa invest much of their countries’ scarce resources in social and economic development programs, often without much evaluation of the programs or any knowledge of the potential outcomes. Social Psychology ...


  • Shaped by Hate, Exclusion and Racism

    How to Navigate and Rise in a Hostile Environment by

    This book tells a story of Tarcisse Ruhamyandekwe whose journey started at his birth in Rwanda. In his life, he has experienced so many acts of exclusion, discrimination and racism, so many times that his first reaction has been always to ignore ...


  • Wakan Tanka

    On Human Origins, Spirituality and the Meaning of Life by

    Where did we come from? Why are we here? Is there a god? In our modern world, many people yearn for answers to these most fundamental of life's questions, having become disillusioned with trite explanations and troubled by narratives that deny their ...


  • Relationship Matters

    The Essential Blueprint to Building Strong Families & Fostering Healthy Relationships by

    Are you at a loss to understand how your marriage has become so miserable, or do you wonder why your children are completely out of control? Relationship Matters is designed to help you and your family figure out what went wrong and to help create a ...


  • COVID-19 Pandemic In America

    A Blueprint For Healthcare, Profit, And Needless Death by

    The general consensus among a majority of social media platforms is the Trump Administration, thus far, has done a very poor job, regarding the management of the SARSr-CoV-SARS CoV-2 Human Coronavirus Pandemic in the United States. Many have charged ...


  • Democratizing Finance

    Origins of the Community Development Financial Institutions Movement by

    Decades before Occupy Wall Street challenged the American financial system, activists began organizing alternatives to provide capital to “unbankable” communities and the poor. With roots in the civil rights, anti-poverty, and other progressive ...


  • Colonization and Imperialism in Libraries

    Perspective from a Caribbean Immigrant by

    Former university lecturer and Caribbean immigrant Mark-Shane Scale offers an unsettling look at how the centuries-old legacy of colonialism and imperialism continues to haunt one of the most seemingly innocuous and unexpected of spaces: the world’s ...