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Identity, Social Invisibility, Institutional Structures of Violence and the Mortality of Aboriginal Women

Identity, Social Invisibility, Institutional Structures of Violence and the Mortality of Aboriginal Women

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Abstract: This paper explores the trajectory of how aboriginal women lived and functioned prior to settler-colonialism, with an examination of how colonial intrusions, such as… Read more »

The Legacy of Colonial Intrusions and Native Women’s Health

The Legacy of Colonial Intrusions and Native Women’s Health

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In response to reading Colonial interventions and legacies, Farley et al.’s quantitative study of Vancouver, Canada prostitutes illustrates the devastating health effects of Colonial intrusions… Read more »

Recovering Native Identities: From a traumatic ruptured past to a locally driven pan-Native spiritual present for holistic health and well being

Recovering Native Identities: From a traumatic ruptured past to a locally driven pan-Native spiritual present for holistic health and well being

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“In the animal kingdom, the rule is, eat or be eaten; in the human kingdom, it is define or be defined.” — Thomas Szasz In… Read more »

Define or be defined: Constructing indigenous identities for health and well being

Define or be defined: Constructing indigenous identities for health and well being

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As an underlying government strategy to assimilate and civilize Natives, the tactics of alcohol regulation has been, and continues to be used as an instrument… Read more »

Settler Colonialism and Eliminating the Native

Settler Colonialism and Eliminating the Native

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This short paper illustrates how Wolfe’s comparative term, the logic of elimination works within the colonial health care system. Wolfe posits that the State’s primary… Read more »