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Myth and Back

From my home reserve of Kahnawake, an old-school ritual: walk the train bridge to Lachine on the railroad ties but bizarrer and bizzarer are the ways the whites absorb our ways in to their romantic myths – by Russel Imrie

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Editor in Chief of the Voice of the Indigenous, Writer.

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  1. Cirque has always had a thing for glitzy appropriation. They keep trying to find the wize savages that will save all of us from our collective selves. Of course, that is part of the problem……

    Posted by michaelwatsonvt | May 20, 2011, 4:39 pm

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