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Legault Maintains Quebec Not Systemically Racist Because He Says So!


The definition of cultural genocide, and ethnocide cannot be changed because a person, province or nation finds the label embarrassing or inconvenient. The only way to shake the name once you have been labeled with it is to change how one thinks, speaks, and acts. Continue reading

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I Stand For Freedom Of Expression And Cultural Sharing / I Stand With Amanda PL


“The thing about the type of work that she is creating is it is heavily rooted in traditional ideals and different teachings and it is considered sacred, so it wasn’t always even considered artwork in the way that we think about art now.”  Could not this be said of all art in all cultures?  Are we not all in some way guilty of cultural appropriation? Continue reading

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Reconciliation Will Never Be More Than An Unrealised Dream


I feel that something needs to be done, but like most Canadians aboriginal and non aboriginal, I honestly do not know what to do to fix things. Continue reading

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