My Heroes Have Always Been Indians is unique because it highlights the often overlooked contribution that Aboriginal people have made to Alberta society. It has two parts: the first is an historical, cultural and demographic synopsis of Aboriginal peoples in Alberta. The second part highlights the contributions of 100 role models in short biographies and photographs. They contributed to the arts, literature, commerce, community development, education, environmental stewardship, justice, military service, politics, sports, and more.
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Cora J. Voyageur, PhD, is a sociology professor at the University of Calgary. Her research explores the Aboriginal experience in Canada, including leadership employment, community and economic development, women's issues, and health. She is a member of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation from nothern Alberta.
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