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Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
Psychological disorder among the Aboriginal people
Shawanda, Crystal. (2008). Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards 2008 Album of the Year, 2008 Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards Best New Artists and Country Album and 2009 Canadian Radio Music Awards Best New Country Artist. New album due in 2010.
HIV/AIDSamong the Aboriginal people
Aboriginalwomen use and participate in all forms of the recording arts fromstorytelling to slam poetry and from hip-hop to traditional Pow Wowdrumming. Table 10. contains a small and varied selection thatwould be a useful start for developing an audio collection. Twouseful and comprehensive sites for recordings are Goodminds(andTurtle Island Native Network: Culture().There are a few recording companies that showcase Aboriginaltalent such as Arbor Records ().As well, artists that have been featured on the Canadian AboriginalMusic Awards ()or the Native American Music Awards()should be considered for the collection.
home; People; Indigenous People; Indigenous Peoples. In Canada, the term Indigenous peoples (or Aboriginal peoples) refers to First Nations, Métis and Inuit. From the 1960s to the 1970s, the aboriginal people batted for equal treatment. After being placed in government reserves where the conditions were poor, protests from various aboriginal tribes were launched against the government. The Yolngu tribe in the Northern Territory filed a petition against the British government condemning the bauxite mining activity in their lands. Likewise, the Aborigines held a strike to reveal the poor conditions and low wages of the Aborigines. Due to these reactions, the government changed its stance on the rights of the Aborigines to their lands (Reynolds).