National Indigenous Peoples Day
June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day. One way to celebrate is by enjoying the work of First Nations, Métis and Inuit authors. You can find suggestions in:
- 35 books to read for National Indigenous History Month
- First Nation Communities READ Awards
- Indigenization Reading Lists – Fiction
There are many excellent books by Indigenous authors to share with children. Find recommendations in:
- 20 Canadian books for kids and teens to read for National Indigenous History Month
- Authentic First Peoples Resources (K-9)
- BOOK LIST: National Indigenous History Month Reading List
- Indigenous Picture Book Collection
In addition to reading, Indigenous Corporate Training describes 11 Ways to Virtually Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day, suggestions for celebrating, learning, listening and laughing.
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