St. Clair College - Windsor/South Campus

Seven fallen feathers

E98.S67
T35
2017

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Seven fallen feathers : racism, death, and hard truths in a northern city

Talaga, Tanya, author.

Toronto : Anansi, 2017.

361 pages : maps ; 22 cm.

"Over the span of ten years, seven high school students died in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The seven were hundreds of miles away from their families, forced to leave their reserve because there was no high school there for them to attend. Award-winning journalist Tanya Talaga delves into the history of this northern city that has come to manifest, and struggle with, human rights violations past and present against aboriginal communities."--Provided by publisher.

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020 ISBN   $a ISBN  978-1-48700226-8
    $q   (softcover)
040 Cataloging Src   $a Original cataloging agency  NLC
    $b Language of cataloging  eng
    $e Description conventions  rda
    $c Transcribing agency  NLC
050 LC Call No   $a Classification number  E98
    $b Item number  .S67 T35 2017
100 ME:PersonalName 1   $a Personal name  Talaga, Tanya,
    $e Relator term  author.
245 Title 10  $a Title  Seven fallen feathers :
    $b Remainder of title  racism, death, and hard truths in a northern city /
    $c Statement of responsibility  Tanya Talaga.
246 VaryingTitle 3   $a Title proper/short title  7 fallen feathers.
260 PublicationInfo   $a Place of publication, dist.  Toronto :
    $b Name of publisher, dist, etc  Anansi,
    $c Date of publication, dist, etc  2017.
300 Physical Desc   $a Extent  361 pages :
    $b Other physical details  maps ;
    $c Dimensions  22 cm.
504 BibliogrphyNote   $a Bibliography, etc. note  Includes bibliographical references and index.
520 Summary   $a Summary, etc. note  "Over the span of ten years, seven high school students died in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The seven were hundreds of miles away from their families, forced to leave their reserve because there was no high school there for them to attend. Award-winning journalist Tanya Talaga delves into the history of this northern city that has come to manifest, and struggle with, human rights violations past and present against aboriginal communities."--Provided by publisher.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Indigenous peoples
    $x General subdivisoin  Violence against
    $z Geographical subdivision  Ontario
    $z Geographical subdivision  Thunder Bay.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Indigenous peoples
    $z Geographical subdivision  Ontario
    $z Geographical subdivision  Thunder Bay
    $x General subdivisoin  Social conditions.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Indigenous peoples
    $z Geographical subdivision  Ontario, Northern
    $x General subdivisoin  Social conditions.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Indigenous peoples
    $z Geographical subdivision  Ontario, Northern
    $x General subdivisoin  Government relations.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Indians of North America
    $x General subdivisoin  Education
    $z Geographical subdivision  Ontario, Northern.
650 Subj. $a Topical heading  Indigenous peoples
    $x General subdivisoin  Civil rights
    $z Geographical subdivision  Canada.
651 Subj:Geog $a Geographic name  Thunder Bay (Ont.)
    $x General subdivision  Race relations.
651 Subj:Geog $a Geographic name  Canada
    $x General subdivision  Race relations.
852 Holdings   $a Location  221
    $h Classification part  E98.S67 T35 2017
    $p Barcode  219993
    $9 Cost  $18.00

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