Read, Listen, Tell: Indigenous Stories from Turtle Island not only offers an incredibly diverse collection of Indigenous stories, but also brings to the forefront interpretive practices grounded in Indigenous knowledges and scholarship. Recognizing that many educators are not provided adequate resources or training on teaching Indigenous literatures, we have designed this website to help supplement your reading, teaching, and learning experiences with Read, Listen, Tell. Here you will find an array of resources, each designed to help you engage with critical debates in Indigenous literary studies and do justice to the complexity and diversity of Indigenous literary arts in the classroom.
Not sure where to begin? Scroll down to check out the panel discussion on ethically sharing Indigenous voices as non-Indigenous educators: international perspectives and experiences, or listen to Haida artist Michael Nicoll Yahgullanaas's Guest Lecture on Red: A Haida Manga.
Honouring Indigenous Voices Roundtable Oct 13_zoom_v2 from RLT eds. on Vimeo.