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Gerald Taiaiake Alfred is an author, educator and activist, born in Montreal, Quebec, in 1964 and raised in the community of Kahnawake. Alfred is an internationally recognized Kanien’kehá:ka professor.
Alfred was the founding director of the Indigenous Governance Program (serving from 1999 until 2015) and was awarded a Canada Research Chair 2003–2007, in addition to a National Aboriginal Achievement Award in education. In 2019 he resigned from the University of Victoria in the wake of an investigation of an allegedly toxic learning environment.
- Heeding the Voices of our Ancestors : Kahnawake Mohawk Politics and the Rise of Native Nationalism, Oxford University Press (Canada), 1995.
- Peace, Power, Righteousness : an Indigenous manifesto, Oxford University Press (Canada), 1999.
- Wasáse: Indigenous Pathways of Action and Freedom, Peterborough: Broadview Press, 2005.
- Peace, Power, Righteousness : an Indigenous manifesto, 2nd Ed., Oxford University Press (Canada), 2009.
- Faculty Page Archived 2013-01-17 at the Wayback Machine. of the Indigenous Governance Program, Faculty of Human and Social Development, University of Victoria
- "Founder of UVic's Indigenous governance program resigns". https://www.timescolonist.com/news/local/founder-of-uvic-s-indigenous-governance-program-resigns-1.23659097.
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