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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

Filming for #Winnetou-My Interview with Drew Hayden Taylor: Ojibwe Playwright, Author & Filmmaker’s Documentary

Ojibwe playwriter, author & filmmaker Drew Hayden Taylor is visiting Germany again, filming for his upcoming documentary on the continuing Winnetou phenomenon, stereotyping…and playing of “Native” by Germans and other Europeans. 122 more words

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Filming for #Winnetou-My Interview with Drew Hayden Taylor: Ojibwe Playwright, Author & Filmmaker's Documentary

Ojibwe playwriter, author & filmmaker Drew Hayden Taylor is visiting Germany again, filming for his upcoming documentary on the continuing Winnetou phenomenon, stereotyping…and playing of “Native” by Germans and other Europeans. 123 more words

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Filming on #Winnetou-Director Red Haircrow Interviewed for Drew Hayden Taylor Documentary

Director Red Haircrow was interviewed by Ojibwe playwright, author & filmmaker Drew Hayden Taylor on his upcoming documentary on the Winnetou phenomenon, which releases in Canada on 7 January 2018. 35 more words

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Blog | Diversity Spotlight Thursday #4: SFF Short Stories Edition

Aimal over at Bookshelves and Paperbacks started Diversity Spotlight Thursday a while back and I’m only just now getting around to participating, generally every two weeks. 426 more words

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