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    Chandkoor's Journey

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    During a trip to India, retiree Annie and her friend Leila hire Amarnath as their driver in Rajasthan. Having fallen in love with India's colours, aromas, sights, sounds, and people, the friends return for another vacation. This time, Annie's and ...


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    Gender Unchained

    Notes from the equity frontier by

    Equity remains elusive in contemporary global society. Gendered inequities abound and persist but are typically overlooked in our responses to difficult problems such as climate change, poverty, or economic crisis. Despite this blind spot, gender ...


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    Athapaskan Matriliny and Trade in Canada and Alaska

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    Why did native hunters in the wilds of northern B.C, the Yukon and Alaska trace their ancestry through the mother’s side of the family? The author has given a definitive answer to this question which has long puzzled scholars and others.


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    Return to Odessa

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    A Mennonite baby named Raisa Friedrichsen is born as her mother dies in Blumenau, Ukraine: one of the last villages established in the historic Molotschna Colony. Her father, only sixteen years old, leaves Raisa to be raised by her grandparents, ...


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    Tales From Birehra

    A Journey Through A World Within Us by

    With deeply vivid storytelling that delves into the symbiotic Hindu-Muslim relationship shared across the Indian sub-continent prior to the ending of the British Raj, Tales from Birehra is a unique and truly compelling narrative. Birehra is a ...


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    Global Discontent: The Mosaic of Cultural Diversity

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    There are more similarities between the 7 billion people worldwide than there are differences, and global harmony, instead of widespread conflict, is possible. The “global mosaic” of our lives: lifestyle, culture, nationality, race, religion, ...


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    Mouths Full Of Dawn

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    Mouths full of dawn is the first series of poetry from the author's Colors of the Millennium Collection. It is a collection of prose written in response to the social injustice and stigmatization of those who are marginalized and misplaced in ...


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    No Ordinary Stalking

    a look at organized stalking and electronic harassment by

    Organized stalking is carried out by an enthusiastic and structured group that has cruel intentions: stalk, harass, injure, financially ruin, and mentally crumple human prey until incapacitation occurs. What sets this crime apart is that innocents ...


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    Wawahte

    Indian Residential Schools by

    An important work that collects and preserves stories whose value will never diminish. Kirkus Reviews Wawahte is one of the few books that I would strongly recommend to anyone who needs to understand Aboriginal issues in Canada. This book ...


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    You'll Never Forget To Love Us!

    A Grandmother Remembers by

    What better inspiration for a memoir than the request of grandchildren to learn more about their heritage? It was just such a request that led Selma Berg to write her story, starting with an introduction to the history of the Russian Mennonites, her ...