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14.8.16

Cree mythology written in the stars - Home | Unreserved | CBC Radio: "When I talked to the elders they told me, 'Everybody on our half of the world went outside at night and looked at the stars. Therefore, every culture in our half of the world understood about the sky because they lived under that sky.'"

In collaboration with the Manitoba Museum Planetarium, Buck has travelled to many First Nations with a mobile dome. He projects the stars onto it to teach students about the universe through an indigenous lens.


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