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
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……
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