Karine Duhamel Speaks about Life on the Land

Karine Duhamel Speaks about Life on the Land

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For decades, The Beaver depicted Indigenous societies as primitive peoples in need of “civilization.” In actuality, the magazine’s images reveal vibrant cultures, resilient communities, and crucial new perspectives on the North. Karine Duhamel, Ph.D., who is Anishinaabe-Métis, wrote “Life on the Land” in our special centennial issue. “As an Indigenous person, I am looking at the pictures in The Beaver differently. I am looking at the things that ...
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For decades, The Beaver depicted Indigenous societies as primitive peoples in need of “civilization.” In actuality, the magazine’s images reveal vibrant cultures, resilient communities, and crucial new perspectives on the North. Karine Duhamel, Ph.D., who is Anishinaabe-Métis, wrote “Life on the Land” in our special centennial issue. “As an Indigenous person, I am looking at the pictures in The Beaver differently. I am looking at the things that ...
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