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Cheri Maracle brings the century-old poetry of Pauline Johnson to life

Pauline 2.jpgThe one-woman play Paddle Song brings to life the poetry of Pauline Johnson, who was quite a radical woman over a century ago -- a Mohawk and British woman who wrote poetry about Aboriginal rights. Cheri Maracle is an actress who has brought Johnson's story to life for the stage, and she joined us to talk about her performance this weekend at the Summer Solstice Aboriginal Arts Festival.










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