Engaging ideas, transforming minds
Engaging ideas, transforming minds

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CSPI is excited to attend the 2016 NAISA conference in Honolulu, Hawaii! The conference will be hosted at the University of Hawaiʻi between May 18 - 21.

CSPI’s booth number is 401. Stop by our booth to join our Publisher, Lily Bergh, in the launch of our new series in Indigenous studies.

CSPI’s Indigenous studies series includes:

A Recognition of Being, 2e by Kim Anderson

Strong Helpers’ Teachings by Cyndy Baskin

Iskwewak Kah’Ki Yaw Ni Wahkomakanak, 2e by Janice Acoose

Walking in the Good Way by Ingrid Thompson Cooper and Gail Stacey Moore

Sivumut – Towards the Future Together by Fiona Walton and Darlene O’Leary

Determinants of Indigenous People’s Health by Margo Greenwood, Sarah de Leeuw, Nicole Marie Lindsay, and Charlotte Reading

See you there!