Aboriginal in Appearance

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Aboriginal in Appearance

Year: 2017
Genre: Lifestyle

What does it mean when we say something or someone is First Nations? Aboriginal in Appearance will profile people, stories and events in an informative and intriguing way that pays tribute to the oral tradition of our elders. First peoples telling their stories about our how one culture is becoming a cherished part of many cultures. A series of 5-7 minute stories focused on celebrating Manitoba First Nations culture, sharing our common heritage, expanding understanding and blowing up stereotypes.


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