My Conversations with Canadians by Lee Maracle
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Available at West Vancouver Memorial Library in Book, eBook and Kindle formats.
Chatelaine. "After more than 40 years of speaking publicly, Maracle has written My Conversations with Canadians, in which she reflects on how her audiences have changed and what 'decolonizing' really means"
"Indigenous authors Lee Maracle and Arthur Manuel say true reconciliation means restitution, not rhetoric"
"Manuel was a tireless advocate for Indigenous rights, and has left us one of the most important texts on truth and reconciliation ever written."
University of Toronto. "Writer, teacher, 'knowledge carrier': U of T joins country in remembering Lee Maracle"
Quill and Quire. "Celebrated Vancouver-born author, poet, artist, and activist Lee Maracle, a member of the Stö:lo Nation, made her mark in the early 1970s as one of the first aboriginal writers to have fiction published in Canada."
Pickle Me This. "Settlers ought to look at their history, then look in the mirror."
"Maracle frames her essays as conversations, but they are actually monologues to which the reader is not invited to respond."