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AN INFORMATIVE, INSIGHTFUL, AND IMPORTANT BOOK!

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Reviewed: 2020-06-25

This is a great starting point for anyone who wants to understand the federal government's role in embedding systemic racism in indigenous policy in Canada. It is a stark reminder of the dangers of perpetuating false narratives in our society and how that leads to oppression and disenfranchisement. it also serves as a good argument 4 self-governance and self-determination for indigenous people.

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I see the world on a whole new light!

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Reviewed: 2020-05-03

I have never read anything quite like Maps of Meaning. I am a different person for having read it. The world and humanity and my own individual nature make so much more sense to me now. I feel, in many ways, that this book has set me free and I am eternally grateful for it. Thank you Dr. Peterson!