CBC Asks - Cultural Appropriation: Is it ever OK?

Join us as we discuss as a community, this controversial and complicated topic.

Join us as we discuss as a community, this controversial and complicated topic

You are invited to join the conversation, as CBC sits down with special guests and panelists from the community, Wednesday, Nov. 29 at the Broadway Theatre.

***THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT*** (As this is a free event to attend, some seats may be available up near doors opening. We cannot guarantee seats will be available. )

The term "cultural appropriation" has jumped from academia to the mainstream. But what's right and what's wrong when it comes to using the clothing, art, artifacts, spiritual practices or ideas of other cultures?

Is cultural appropriation ever OK?

Join CBC Host Sheila Coles as well as special guests Eagle Feather News Editor John Lagimodiere and the University of Saskatchewan's Candace Wasacase-Lafferty for a discussion on cultural appropriation as we navigate the contentious topic. 

You will hear from a diverse panel, including a hip hop artist, a powwow singer, an art consultant and a professor, as well as those who have delivered and felt the outrage over appropriation.

You'll have opportunities to ask questions and/or share your own views.

Broadway Theatre, Saskatoon
Nov. 29, 2017
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. CST l Town hall begins at 7:30 p.m.
This show is sold out. 

Coffee, tea and water will be served.

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