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Featured Video of the Day: TEDxUTSC 2015: Lee Maracle
Born in 1950 and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Lee Maracle dropped out of school to join the hippie subculture and to work as a political activist. She eventually attended Simon Fraser University and was one of the first Aboriginal people ever to be published in the early 1970’s. As one of the most prolific First Nations authors in Canada, Lee is recognized today as one of the foremost authorities on issues relating to First Nations literature, culture and history. She is an award-winning author, poet, storyteller, performer, and scriptwriter and is passionate about the sociological aspects of native land and people. Now a professor of traditional teachings at the University of Toronto, Lee has served as a consultant on First Nations’ self-government and is passionate about the still-existing thin veil of racism that hangs over humans even today. She strongly believes in the equality of all individuals, and is especially outspoken about the personal and cultural reclamation of Aboriginal people.
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