The plight and struggles of Indigenous populations are known
throughout the world. This collection of short biographies chronicles
the lives of thirty Canadian leaders who, since Confederation,
have fought to improve the lives of their communities while raising
human rights awareness and promoting justice for their people.
book on Canadian Indigenous leaders since the time of Confederation
features short, original essays by leading historians,
specialists in Native studies, and journalists, along with archival
images. It provides unique insights into the lives and motivations
of those who struggled for the survival of their communities.