We recognize the work and are so grateful for the wisdom offered by the following sources.
We thank them for their contributions.
And special thanks to Chrystal Sunshine,
who co-authored the first iteration of this theme for SHIFT Book Box.
“About Innosanto Nagara.” Innosanto Nagara, http://www.aisforactivist.com/about/. Accessed March 2019.
Arroyo, Lantz. “Community Spotlight: Innosanto Nagara.” Radix Media, https://radixmedia.org/community-spotlight-innosanto-nagara/. Accessed March 2019.
Bear, Charla. “American Indian Boarding Schools Haunt Many.” National Public Radio, https://www.npr.org/ templates/story/story.php?storyId=16516865. Accessed Nov 2018.
Bogost, Ian. “The Fetishization of Mr. Rogers’s ‘Look for the Helpers.” The Atlantic, https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2018/10/look-for-the-helpers-mr-rogers-is-bad-for-adults/574210/. Accessed March 2019.
“Canada's Cultural Genocide of Indigenous Peoples.” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, https://www.cbc.ca/ news/-s-cultural-genocide-of-indigenous-peoples-1.4586569. Accessed Nov 2018.
Ciplet, Jenn. “Interview with Innosanto Nagara.” Innosanto Nagara, http://www.aisforactivist.com/my-first-interview/. Accessed March 2019.
Goldberg, Allison. “Author, Illustrator, Interview, Innosanto Nagara: ‘The Wedding Portrait.’” M is for Movement, https://misformovement.org/2017/10/09/the-wedding-portrait/. Accessed March 2019.
“A History of Residential Schools in Canada.” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada /a-history-of-residential-schools-in-canada-1.702280. Accessed Nov 2018.
“Illustrator Julie Flett brings light to a dark period of history.” CBC Radio, https://www.cbc.ca/radio/unreserved/from-dystopian-futures-to-secret-pasts-check-out-these-indigenous-storytellers-over-the-holidays-1.4443312/illustrator-julie-flett-brings-light-to-a-dark-period-of-history-1.4443316. Accessed March 2019.
“Julie Flett.” Full Circle Literary, https://www.fullcircleliterary.com/julie-flett/. Accessed Nov 2018.
Killen, M., & Smetana, J. G. (1999). Social interactions in preschool classrooms and the development of young children's conceptions of the personal. Child Development, 70(2), 486-501.
“Parent Resources: Tragic Events.” Fred Rogers Productions, https://www.fredrogers.org/parents/special-challenges/tragic-events.php. Accessed March 2019.
Patrick, Ryan. “How David A. Robertson Wrote A Picture Book About The History of Canada’s Residential Schools.” How I Wrote It, https://www.cbc.ca/books/how-david-a-robertson-wrote-a-picture-book-about-the- history-of--s-residential-schools-1.4351403, Accessed Nov 2018.
Pember, Mary Annette. “When Will U.S. Apologize for Genocide of Indian Boarding Schools?” HuffPost, https://www.huffingtonpost.com/mary--pember/when-will-us-apologize-fo_b_7641656.html. Accessed Nov 2018.
Smith-Brillon, Karmen, Hooper, Debra, Hunt, Jacqueline, Smith, Jane and Anne Hill. “In Our Own Words: Bringing Authentic First Peoples Content to the K-3 Classroom.” First Nations Education Steering Committee, 2012. http://www.fnesc.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/PUB-LFP-K-3-In-our-Own-Words-for-Web.pdf. Accessed March 2019.
“Talking to Your Children about Scary World News.” Mental Health Foundation, https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/publications/talking-to-your-children-scary-world-news. Accessed March 2019.
Tartakovsky, Margarita. “10 Tips For Raising Resilient Kids.” PsychCentral, https://psychcentral.com/lib/10-tips-for-raising-resilient-kids/. Accessed March 2019.
Turiel, E. (1983). The development of social knowledge: Morality and convention. Cambridge University Press.
Weisman, Kay. “Books and Authors: Talking with Julie Flett.” Booklist Online, https://www.booklistonline.com/Books-and-Authors-Talking-with-Julie-Flett-Kay-Weisman/pid=8729259?AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1. Accessed March 2019.
“Winnipeg's TD Kids Book Club celebrates intergenerational storytelling with David A. Robertson.” CBC Radio, https://www.cbc.ca/books/tdkids/winnipeg-s-td-kids-book-club-celebrates-intergenerational-storytelling-with-david-a-robertson-1.4353724. Accessed March 2019.
Library Lion (Knudsen & Hawkes)
Claudette Colvin: Twice toward Freedom (Hoose)
Luna & Me: The True Story of a Girl Who Lived in a Tree to Save a Forest (Kostecki-Shaw)
Say Something (Reynolds)
The Youngest Marcher: The Story of Audrey Faye Hendricks, a Young Civil Rights Activist (Levinson & Brantley Newton)
The The Smallest Girl in the Smallest Grade (Roberts & Robinson)
Sit-In: How Four Friends Stood Up by Sitting Down (Davis Pinkney & Pinkney)
A Rule is to Break: A Child's Guide to Anarchy (Seven & Christy)
We Say No! A Child’s Guide to Resistance (Seven & Christy)
Young Water Protectors…. A Story About Standing Rock (Tudor & Tudor)