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Racism and Indigenous Canadians: A conversation

11/13/2014 12:03 EST | Updated 01/13/2015 05:59 EST
A CBC News poll about Canadians' attitudes on discrimination shows, among other things, that respondents on the Prairies are less tolerant of aboriginal peoples. But is that the reality?

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Join the CBC's Joanne Levasseur at 6 p.m. CT on Thursday, Nov. 13, with your thoughts about discrimination in Manitoba and across the country.

We will be joined by a number of experts and panellists from Canada's indigenous community, including:

- Niigaan Sinclair, assistant professor of native studies, University of Manitoba.

- Dave Courchene, Sagkeeng First Nation elder and teacher, Manitoba.

- Sarah Arngna'naaq, a lawyer and prosecutor in Yellowknife.

- Drew Hayden Taylor, playwright and humourist based in Toronto.

- Alex Wilson, activist and academic, University of Saskatchewan.

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