Doreen Manuel co-authored with Peter McFarlane a new edition of Brotherhood to Nationhood: George Manuel and the Making of the Modern Indian Movement (Between the Lines 2020).

With fresh material and new perspectives, this updated edition of the biography Brotherhood to Nationhood brings George Manuel (1920 - 1989) into the present. George Manuel was the strategist and visionary behind the modern Indigenous movement in Canada. McFarlane and Doreen Manuel follow George Manuel's journey from his childhood on a Shuswap reserve through three decades of activism. There is also a new foreword by Mi'kmaq lawyer and activist Pam Palmater and an afterword from Manuel's granddaughter, land defender Kanahus Manuel.

Doreen Manuel (Secwepemc/Ktunaxa) has an MFA from UBC, 15 years experience in the film industry and 33 years experience teaching. She has an extensive background working in First Nations education and community development in both rural and urban centers. Doreen Manuel comes from a long line of oral historians and factual storytellers from her First Nations traditional background. She is a founder of the Tricksters and Writers program and has won many film industry and education leadership awards. She has also been the director of the Bosa Centre for Film and Animation at Capilano University in North


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