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"Native Hobbyism is Modern-Day Colonialism"-Our Latest article at CBC, Jan.26th

Red Haircrow was recently invited to write a counter-point essay for CBC, following my participant in the CBC.Docs documentary that premiered Jan.28th on Canadian television. Last July in Berlin, Red sat down with indigenous writer Drew Hayden Taylor on his search to understand why so many Germans choose to appropriate native cultures and/or dressing up and pretending to be “Indians”. 101 more words

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"'Native' Hobbyism is Modern Day Colonialism"-My new article at CBC

I was recently invited to write a counter-point essay for CBC, following my participant in the CBC.Docs documentary that premieres today on Canadian television. Last July in Berlin, I  sat down with indigenous writer Drew Hayden Taylor on his search to understand why so many Germans choose to appropriate native cultures and/or dressing up and pretending to be “Indians”. 106 more words

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Red Haircrow's Interview for #Documentary "Searching for Winnetou" Debuts Jan. 28th

Director Red Haircrow appears in the trailer and documentary debuting on Jan. 28th on CBC Docs. It follows Drew Hayden Taylor’s “search” in Germany on the “why” of hobbyism. 66 more words

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Two New Documentaries on Native Stereotypes & German Cultural Appropriation-Ours Hits the Reality for Natives

For those of you in Canada, you should be able to check out this documentary debuting on Jan. 28th on CBC Docs. It follows Drew Hayden Taylor’s “search” in Germany on the “why” of hobbyism. 73 more words

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“Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion” - a Review

Written by Ron Finnigan

Edited by Ian Huffam

Sir John A: Acts of a Gentrified Ojibway Rebellion is a play presented at the NAC from October 3rd to 14th, 2017. 1,198 more words

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VIDEO: Drew Hayden Taylor Interview--Aboriginal Humour

Image credit: “Drew Hayden Taylor” by Peter Grimaldi for the Eden Hills Writers’ Festival. On Flickr under a Creative Commons license.

This interview with First Nations playwright Drew Hayden Taylor is about Aboriginal humour. 8 more words

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Giving Readers Much More than a Classic Read | Review of "Take Us To Your Chief" by Drew Hayden Taylor (2013) Douglas & McIntyre

We tend to compartmentalize both people and works of fiction into different areas. People tend to come from a certain social group and books tend to belong to a specific genre that follow a certain stylistic guideline. 962 more words