Dr. Leroy Little Bear: “Twitter Bits from Buffalo Treaty” - REDx Talks Series
Catalogue Number: RX0020
Producer: iiniistsi Treaty Arts Society
Subject: Canadian History, Canadian Social Studies, Canadian World Studies, First Nations Studies, History, Indigenous Issues, Indigenous Peoples
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2016
Running Time: 14:00
Closed Captions: Yes
Dr. Leroy Little Bear is one of Canada’s most renowned Indigenous academics and is the founding Director of Harvard University’s native American Program. In this program, he discusses the Buffalo Treaty, a historic cooperation treaty signed among 10 First Nations and tribes in Banff in link with the return of the bison in Banff National Park, an important cultural and historic event.
Liam Haggarty: Redx Talks Seriesiiniistsi Treaty Arts Society RX0006
Liam Haggarty is a non-Aboriginal professor at MRU teaching Indigenous Studies and Canadian...
The Impact of Colonialism in CanadaLeMay Media LM0010
The Impact of Colonialism in Canada: Prior to the arrival of Europeans, First Nations people were a...
The History of Treaties in CanadaLeMay Media LM0008
The History of Treaties in Canada: From the Royal Proclamation of 1763 to the implementation of the...
A Broken Treaty - Episode 5: Elder in the Making SeriesHidden Story Productions Ltd. HS0005
As time passed, the Canadian government's perspective with regards to Aboriginal people changed...
The Signing of Treaties Four and Six: Thunder Breeding Hills...InKubation Inc. DP0003
By 1879, the buffalo population was dwindling fast. As a result, life changed for First Nations...
Leroy Little Bear: Redx Talks Seriesiiniistsi Treaty Arts Society RX0003
Leroy Little Bear is one of Canada’s most renowned Indigenous academics. For Dr. Little Bear...
Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou RainforestDavid Moskowitz DM0000
Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest is a cinematic journey into the tragically threatened...
Treaties Recognition PlaylistMCI804
Treaty Recognition Week was recently legislated by the Province of Ontario to provide recurring...