June 20, 2022 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

We recognize that reconciliation means nothing without action. At King’s, we are working to create more and wider pathways to education for Indigenous students, faculty, alumni and community members. As a university, our purpose is to have impact in society through teaching and research. Our ongoing work with reconciliation includes engaging with and learning from Indigenous voices, and sharing resources to create awareness and education of historical and contemporary Indigenous issues.  

In recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day, the Cardinal Carter Library has prepared a list of available books as well as other resources to help you start your research on Indigenous issues and find Indigenous support services at King's and in the London area.  

More Indigenous resources can be found on our page about the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.