The essays in this
book emerge from the International Summer Institute on
the cultural restoration of oppressed Indigenous peoples.
The contributors, primarily Indigenous, unravel the processes
of colonization that enfold modern society and resulted
in the oppression of Indigenous peoples. Authors include
Marie Battiste, Gregory Cajete, Erica Irene Daes, Bonnie
and Eduardo Duran, J. Youngblood Henderson, Linda Hogan,
Leroy Littlebear, Ted Moses, Linda Smith, Graham Smith,
Robert Yazzie, among others. In moving and inspiring ways,
Reclaiming Indigenous Voice and Vision elaborates a new
inclusive vision of a global and national order and articulates
new approaches for protecting, healing, and restoring Indigenous
cultures, world views, and languages.