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Thursday, 23 June 2016

“Humour is such a part of Indigenous people and communities that I personally cannot escape it, nor do I want to. Growing up on a First Nation, if someone wasn’t funny they had a difficult time. It was all about the jokes. Jokes on top of jokes. Teasing and teasing. Looking back now they might call it bullying but it was a sign of affection and connection.” Keesic Douglas in conversation with Qiana Mestrich • Dodge & Burn

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