Marie Michael Library

Social Movements and Social Justice

Antigonish Movement principles

Co-operative Movements

Positive Space

Reclaiming Art & Culture for Social Change

  • Cardinal, G. (2003). Totem: The return of the G’psgolox Pole, this NFB documentary traces the journey of the Haisla people to reclaim the G’spgolox totem pole that disappeared from the British Columbia village in 1929. It was discovered more than 60 years later in a Stockholm museum. This video raises questions about ownership and the meaning of Aboriginal objects held in museums. (70 min.).
  • Golden Fingers. (2011, July 12). Molas: textile art of Kuna people [Blog post].
  • Mapping Memories is a media project which uses personal stories and a range of media tools to better understand the experiences of youth with refugee experience in Montreal, QC.
  • Women, art and community activismWomen and Environments International Magazine, no.72/73, 2006. (20.88 Mb pdf)

Social Harmony

Coady International Institute

St. Francis Xavier University
4780 Tompkins Lane
PO Box 5000
Antigonish, NS B2G 2W5
Canada

Phone: (902) 867-3960
Phone: 1-866-820-7835 (within Canada)
Fax: (902) 867-3907

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