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Waubgeshig Rice: World Book Day The Conversation Piece

    • Society & Culture

The words we choose to share, write, and speak can influence and change the narrative of stereotypes we see in Canada, encouraging for more accurate depictions and stories of marginalized communities and characters. With World Book Day just around the corner, we wanted to acknowledge storytelling’s influential force on culture in Canada. For Annishinaabe author and journalist Waubgeshig Rice, words gave him the ability to change the conversation around Indigenous communities and break stereotypes.
 
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The words we choose to share, write, and speak can influence and change the narrative of stereotypes we see in Canada, encouraging for more accurate depictions and stories of marginalized communities and characters. With World Book Day just around the corner, we wanted to acknowledge storytelling’s influential force on culture in Canada. For Annishinaabe author and journalist Waubgeshig Rice, words gave him the ability to change the conversation around Indigenous communities and break stereotypes.
 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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