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Leanne Betasamosake Simpson explores what it means to be an Indigenous woman in her latest book - Home | The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers | CBC Radio

6.6.17

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson explores what it means to be an Indigenous woman in her latest book - Home | The Next Chapter with Shelagh Rogers | CBC Radio: I was thinking a lot about what it means to be an Indigenous woman in 2017 and what are the core experiences of my life. One of the reoccurring feelings for me was feeling lost. The antidote to feeling lost was to turn inside myself and inside my Indigenous story and continually find home. You never set out to be lost. It's always an accident to become lost. I think I wanted to explore that as a thread interwoven through the poetry and the stories.


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