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Category: Non-Fiction | Non Fiction
Pages: 252
ISBN: 9781554981205
Location: CRRF
Year: 2013
N° catalog: BKS.El591.2013
Link: Link Web Access
Note: Published by House of Anansi Press | Edité par House of Anansi Press

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Review

Looks like Daylight is a collection of interviews, conducted by author, Deborah Ellis, with indigenous youth ages 9-18. In the interviews, the youth speak candidly about their realities and how being Native shapes their daily lives and perceptions of the world. Many of the youth interviewed for this book continue to experience the legacy of colonialism and the residential schooling system while others have established their niche in the activities they enjoy.Looks like Daylight gives readers the opportunity to hear the insightful voices and the stories of Indigenous youth.

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Looks like Daylight is a collection of interviews, conducted by author, Deborah Ellis, with indigenous youth ages 9-18. In the interviews, the youth speak candidly about their realities and how being Native shapes their daily lives and perceptions of the world. Many of the youth interviewed for this book continue to experience the legacy of colonialism and the residential schooling system while others have established their niche in the activities they enjoy.Looks like Daylight gives readers the opportunity to hear the insightful voices and the stories of Indigenous youth.

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