Articles and Publications

“A Determined Feminist” in Dancing in Gumboots, eds. Lou Allison and Jane Wilde. Caitlin Press, 2018.

“Embodying Indigenous Resurgence: All My Relations Pedagogy” with Alannah Young, in Sharing Breath: Embodied Learning and Decolonization, eds. Sheila Batacharya and Yuk-Lin Renita Wong. Athabasca University Press, 2017.

“Moving with Water” with Alannah Young, in Downstream: Reimagining Water, eds. Rita Wong and Dorothy Christian. Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2017.

“Foreword” in Watershed Discipleship: Reinhabiting Bioregional Faith and Practice, ed. Ched Myers. WIPF and Stock, 2016.

“Unmapping” in Yours, Mine, Ours: Unravelling the Doctrine of Discovery: A Special Edition of Intotemak, eds. Cheryl Woelk and Steve Heinrichs. Mennonite Church of Canada, 2016.

“Decolonizing Religious Encounter? Teaching Indigenous Traditions and Colonialism” in Mixed Blessings: Indigenous Encounters with Christianity in Canada, eds. Tolly Bradford and Chelsea Horton. University of British Columbia Press, 2016.

“Embodying Decolonization: Methodologies and Indigenization” with Alannah Young, Mary Kovach, Heather Ritenburg, Warren Linds, Linda Goulet, and Mary (Meri) Marshall in AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples. Vol. 10.1. Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, New Zealand’s Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence, 2014.

« Relation et responsabilité : Vers un processus de réconciliation » in Théologiques 20 vol. 1–2. Université de Montréal, 2012.

 “Engaging with Indigenous Worldviews on Their Own Terms: Listening to the Silent Daughter in Mark 7:24–30” in Your Sons and Daughters Shall Prophesy: Bible Studies and Theological Reflections on Prophetic Hope, ed. Mario DeGiglio-Bellemare. Student Christian Movement, 2008.

“Restoring Sacred Connection with Native Women in the Inner City” in Religion and Healing in Native America, ed. Suzanne J. Crawford O’Brien, foreword by Ines Talamantez. Praeger, 2008.

“Restoring Relationship: Towards A Theology of Reparations as Gift” in Feminist Theology with a Canadian Accent: Canadian Perspectives on Contextual Feminist Theology, ed. Mary Ann Beavis. Novalis, 2008.

Creating Safer Spaces for Immigrant Women of Colour: Performing the Politics of Possibility” with Nisha Sajnani, in Canadian Women’s Studies: Ending Woman Abuse, Winter/Spring 2006.

Educating Bodies for Self-Determination: A Decolonizing Strategy” with Alannah Young, Canadian Journal of Native Education. Vol 29. no.1, 2006.

“Post-Colonial Perspectives on the Church: A Euro-Canadian Position on Feminist Anti-Colonialist Practice” Women’s Ways of Being Church. eds. Letty Russell and Aruna Gunardson. India: World Council of Churches, 2005.

Decolonizing Bodies: Restoring Sacred Vitality” with Alannah Young, Atlantis Women’s Studies Journal: Indigenous Women: The State of Our Nation, Spring 2005.

“Suffering Bodies: Asian Migrant Women in Canada—A Call to Feminist Jubilee” in In God’s Image: Journal of Asian Women’s Resource Centre for Culture andTheology (AWRC), 1999; also published in Sacred Earth, Sacred Community:Jubilee, Ecology and Aboriginal Peoples. Canadian Ecumenical Jubilee Initiative, 2000.

“Jubilaction: Engaging with A Feminist Jubilee in a Multi-Faith and Secular Context” with Laurel Dykstra, in Jubilee, Wealth And The Market, Canadian Ecumenical Jubilee Initiative; also published in the Bulletin for Contextual Theology In Africa, July 1999.

Finding Feminism, Rediscovering Faith” in Compass Points: Navigating The 20th Century, ed. Robert Chodos. Between the Lines, 1999.

“Memory and the Body: Methodological Directions in Feminist Liberation Theology” in Conspirando: Revista LatinoAmericana de Ecofeminismo,Espiritualidad y Teologia. Chile, Deciembre 1998.

“Ending Poverty: Taking Cues From Poor People Organizing” in Critical Choices, Turbulent Times: A Companion Reader on Canadian Social Policy Reform, Vol II, eds. Frank Tester and Robert Case. University of British Columbia, 1998.

“Another Way to Live My Faith” in Bringing It Home: Women Talk About Feminism in Their Lives, ed. Brenda Lea Brown. Arsenal Pulp Press, 1996.

“Embodying Economic Literacy Work in Canada” in Gender In Popular Education: Methods for Empowerment, eds. Lindsy Manicom and Shirley Walters. Zed Press, 1996.

“Lesbian Spirituality” in Resources for Feminist Research, no. 1. University of Toronto, 1983.

Training Publications

Creating Racial Justice, a national antiracism program and manual designed for Canadian Union of Public Employees, 2006.

Counting Our Victories: Popular Education And Organizing. Repeal the Deal Productions, 1997, 2001.

Training Native Family Violence Workers: A Resource Kit. Native Education Center, 1991.

Working Together For Change: The Women’s Self-Help Handbook. Co-writer and editor. Ptarmigan Press, 1983.

Videos

Rise Up! Women’s Art and Political Activism, Associate Producer, 2001.

Counting Our Victories: Popular Education and Organizing, Producer, 1996.