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“Political Struggles of Native Peoples”, H. Cardinal, J. Mohawk et al

Sound recording of speakers who participated in a panel discussion that was part of the Institute on Anthropology and Anti-Imperialism held in Toronto in 1972. Titled as Contemporary Political Struggles of Native Peoples, introduced by Richard Lee. Recorded speakers include John Mohawk, Tony Belcourt, Harold Cardinal and Philip Awashish. Other speakers on the panel included John Saul, Shelton H. Davis, Ben Magubane, Ernest Benedict, Paul Coe, Bernard Arcand, Howard Mitchell, Robert Vanlarope (sp?) and Boshe Richardson.

114 St Powell

Item consists of a recording of an interview with a woman discussing a film she worked on regarding conditions in public housing. She discusses why she made the film, the misconceptions many have about people who live in public housing, what she hopes people will take away from the film, the reactions to the film she has received so far, and her disappointments and expectations of those reactions. There are also interjections, and questions to, Dorothy, a woman who was interviewed in the film.

Aboriginal Art Interviews

Item consists of an interview with an unidentified man regarding totem carving. The discussion includes how he got into the profession, the intersection between his art and Christianity, and his experience selling his art at the local co-op.

Aboriginal Art Interviews

Item consists of an audio recording of an interview with an unidentified Inuit woman through the aid of an interpreter. Topics include her art, the co-op in Cape Dorset where her art is sold, the finances involved, and the effect of television on the Inuit community.

Accession 1989-020

Accession consists of research files, clippings, correspondence, and audio tapes of interviews with First Nations Elders collected and prepared by Michael Posluns. Accession also includes copies of Askwesasne Notes, 1969-1977. Some materials relate to international Indigenious rights and to American Native movement activities.

Accession 2000-050

Accession consists of audio cassettes containing interviews with First Nations Elders and others pertaining to Poslun’s research.

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