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Fluffs and Feathers

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The companion to one of Woodland’s most iconic exhibitions, featuring items now part of our Museum’s Stereotypes and Racism section, Fluffs and Feathers discusses the way Indigenous folk have been portrayed and exploited in popular culture throughout the ages, exploring how the very notion of “Indianness”, still internalized into the broader Canadian psyche, has been written and imposed upon the Indigenous people of Turtle Island.

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