The Red Road

The Red Road : Linking Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives to Indigenous Worldview

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The diversity and Inclusion movement in corporations and higher education has mostly fallen short of its most authentic goals. This is because it relies upon the dominant worldview that created and creates the problems it attempts to address. Rediscovering and applying our original Indigenous worldview offers a remedy that can bring forth a deeper and broader respect for diversity, and a different way to understand and honor it. This book offers a transformative learning opportunity for preserving diverse environments at every level, one that may be a matter of human survival.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 216 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 12.19mm | 333g
  • Greenwich, United States
  • English
  • 1648020798
  • 9781648020797
  • 1,468,941

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Praise for: The Red Road: Linking Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives to Indigenous Worldview

""Four Arrows has combined his internationally respected scholarship on Indigenous worldview with experience based story-telling to help bring forth a more effective way to actualize authentic respect for diversity, especially as it relates to transformational curricula in higher education. Had humanity begun this project long ago, Nature would not have to be bringing us back into balance so radically now."" -Tom McCallum (White Standing Buffalo,Metis/Michif-speaking elder, Cree Sundance Lodge Keeper, and author.
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About Donald Trent Jacobs

Four Arrows (aka Donald Trent Jacobs), Fielding Graduate University
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