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White-presenting Indigenous peoples
Indigenous individuals who physically appear White, or White-presenting Indigenous Peoples (WPIPs) are a growing and unique group. Previous research indicates multi-dimensional discrimination, coming from darker-skinned ...
“IT WAS OUR LIVES, THAT WAS WHAT WE BELIEVED”: INDIGENOUS HISTORIES OF CATHOLICISM IN NORTHWEST SASKATCHEWAN
This dissertation considers the variety of ways that Indigenous people in Patuanak (a Dene First Nation) and Ile-a-la-Crosse (a predominantly Cree/Metis village) in northwestern Saskatchewan have negotiated Catholicism ...
Examination of the Association Between Diabetes, Depression, and Suicidality with a Special Focus on the Indigenous Canadian Population
Diabetes, depression and suicidal behavior are increasingly prevalent conditions with major public health implications. A potential association between these conditions has been suggested in the literature but not entirely ...