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How Canada is Facing its Tragic Indigenous History with Reconciliation Education’s Andrée Cazabon Grow For Good™

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When our team first met Andrée Cazabon it was love at first Zoom call. Andrée is an award winning documentary filmmaker from Jed's home country of Canada. We connected because she runs Reconciliation Education, an organization that creates and curates a series of bilingual online courses which promote a renewed relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canadians.

We cover a lot in this episode, beginning with her groundbreaking and frankly heartbreaking documentary, Third World Canada, a controversial film that made a lot of powerful people pretty uncomfortable. This led to a rewarding journey that culminated in the formation of Reconciliation Education and a partnership with First Nations University.

That’s all we're going to say about this episode, except that we're eternally grateful to have Andrée and her brilliant daughter in our lives and that our teams are collaborating to bring her work to a wider audience in Canada and perhaps beyond.

Read the episode transcript here: https://www.moreycreative.com/blog/gfg-s2e12

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Show Notes:
Reconciliation Education
Reconciliation Education Videos

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When our team first met Andrée Cazabon it was love at first Zoom call. Andrée is an award winning documentary filmmaker from Jed's home country of Canada. We connected because she runs Reconciliation Education, an organization that creates and curates a series of bilingual online courses which promote a renewed relationship between Indigenous Peoples and Canadians.

We cover a lot in this episode, beginning with her groundbreaking and frankly heartbreaking documentary, Third World Canada, a controversial film that made a lot of powerful people pretty uncomfortable. This led to a rewarding journey that culminated in the formation of Reconciliation Education and a partnership with First Nations University.

That’s all we're going to say about this episode, except that we're eternally grateful to have Andrée and her brilliant daughter in our lives and that our teams are collaborating to bring her work to a wider audience in Canada and perhaps beyond.

Read the episode transcript here: https://www.moreycreative.com/blog/gfg-s2e12

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Show Notes:
Reconciliation Education
Reconciliation Education Videos

If you enjoyed this podcast, please subscribe, share with your friends and rate and review on Apple Podcasts and Podchaser. If you have any questions or suggestions for future guests, send an email to growforgood@moreycreative.com.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

49 min