Audio | Who should be telling Indigenous stories? – Canada

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The books, Who Took My Sister? by Shannon Webb-Campbell and In Case I Go by Angie Abdou, have both sparked conversations of who should be telling Indigenous stories, and when to ask for permission. […]

Often, before authors write about Indigenous culture, community or share personal stories, they consult and collaborate with those they are writing about.

The complexities of publishing Indigenous stories is a hot topic in the publishing world, but what happens when a newly released book is criticized for its content? Emma Rodgers from Second Story Press discusses what publishers can do to avoid having to pull a book from shelves. […]

Source: Longread: Consultation, permission and Indigenous protocol
URL: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/unreserved/longread-consultation-permission-and-indigenous-protocol-1.4616581
Date accessed: 22 April 2018

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Source: Who gets to tell Indigenous stories? CBC Radio · April 15
URL: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/unreserved/who-gets-to-tell-indigenous-stories-1.4616308
Date accessed: 21 June 2020

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