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Strong Nations believes in collaborating with schools, colleges, universities, organizations, daycare facilities, businesses and communities to support and improve the learning experiences for all Indigenous peoples.
Strong Nations provides an open service of information to support, and hopefully transform, the lives of Indigenous peoples by providing access to, and demonstrating the use of, Indigenous text in literacy acquisition. It is our hope that we can bring Indigenous content into the lives of all peoples in order to create pathways that support the building of strong nations together.
Our Key Values:
Strong Nations has three key values that underpin the way we communicate:
Collaboration: We work towards fostering a spirit of connection, social responsibility, and active decision making in the selection of titles for your project requirements.
Empowerment: At all times we nurture others so that they have the confidence and self determination to make positive choices that support their needs, as well as creating opportunities to pose questions that will deepen understanding.
Respect: No matter where an individual stands on the learning continuum of understanding Indigenous perspective, we are here to meet you respectfully with all that we are. Gila’kasla!
To peruse and or purchase resources that will support and deepen your understanding, please click on the appropriate link.
- Click here to view our Residential School/Project of Heart Books for Adults
- Click here to view our Residential School/Project of Heart Books for Teens
- Click here to view our Residential School/Project of Heart Books for Kids
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North Boys: The Story of Jimmy and Charlie was recently released in February 2012. Filmed in northern B.C. and Yukon over an 18 month period it is Second Shooter Productions’ first film.The 20 minute documentary is the story of Charlie Pete of Lower Post, B.C. who led a sometimes tortured and troubled life. So did his good friend Jimmy Dennis. As children, both were taken away from their homes on the same day in 1944. They never saw their families again. Both men have spent a lifetime trying to overcome the impact of that traumatic day and the eight years that followed. Order your copy at:
Second Shooter Productions Ltd.
18 Dolly Varden Drive
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A-6A1