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Lifelike portraits tell northern Indigenous stories of 'incredible resilience' - Manitoba - CBC News


Lifelike portraits tell northern Indigenous stories of 'incredible resilience' - Manitoba - CBC News: "[It] talks powerfully about the social issues," Kuehl said. "This tells a serious story ... about Aboriginal people, and this is what they've gone through, this is how they've survived, they triumphed. Its enormous theme is their resilience, the incredible resilience of these people."

Things didn't always go so smoothly for Kuehl. Some elders initially perceived him as an outsider, and they weren't terribly keen to open up and let him into their world, he said.

"I almost quit way back in 1996. I almost said, 'This is not working out.'"

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