Kim Anderson, Associate Professor, University of Guelph, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Relationships

I so appreciate my now well-marked copy of Denise Nadeau’s Unsettling Spirit as it offers tremendous insights into what embodied and on-the-ground work looks like for those committed to decolonization. Building on years of feminist practice and relational learning with Indigenous women, Nadeau provides an honest reckoning of her personal and ongoing pathway. This book is just what we need as settlers increasingly look for ways to address racial injustice and reconciliation.