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National Aboriginal Day

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June 25, 2012
 

Cultures as artifacts is part and parcel of consumer society. Cultures as political entities disrupts that consumption. Writing at Media Indigena, Sarah Hunt explains why Canada’s National Aboriginal Day is a celebration of assimilation.

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