Four Directions Aboriginal Centre strives to be a home away from home for Indigenous students and a site of information and support for the broader Queen's community. It is a hub of activity and we welcome and encourage everyone to drop in and learn about the supports and services available.
This LibGuide supports Ontario educators integrating Indigenous perspectives across the curriculum for intermediate to senior level students. These resources include books, multimedia, journals, and websites
This LibGuide supports Ontario educators integrating Indigenous perspectives across the curriculum for primary to junior level students. These resources include books, multimedia, journals, and websites
The QNSA is an AMS ratified university club compromised of a diverse group of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students that share an interest in Aboriginal cultures and traditions. Undergraduates, graduates and professional students are all represented in the QNSA. The QNSA functions as a forum for students to discuss contemporary and historic issues pertaining to Aboriginal peoples and cultures
These resources support personal learning towards decolonizing teaching. Decolonization is the process of taking away the colonial: the implicit or explicit adoption of Western European ways of thinking where other perspectives are considered less worthy and are less accepted. It is an ongoing and personal journey of learning and un-learning.