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  1. At its peak in the 1920s, Harlem was the cultural and artistic heart of America. Stretching north of Central Park from Park Avenue in the east to St. Nicholas Avenue in the west and all the way up to 155th Street, Harlem was a city within a city, where black businessmen like Phillip Payton owned huge apartment buildings and rented them to black families and where black families could buy from ...

  2. Pottery is an important Native American art form that dates back thousands of years. As Simon J. Ortiz notes, “[Pottery making] has more to do with a sense of touching than with seeing because fingers have to know the texture of clay and how the pottery is formed from lines of shale, strata and earth movements.”

  3. Since the twentieth century Canadian political scientists, government and society have become increasingly aware of the need to address the various effects and realities of colonialism. This has been a positive step forward for Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples alike and has led to various steps toward ‘reconciliation’ if not decolonization. And yet, the predominant, mainstream ...

    • Deanne Aline Marie LeBlanc
    • LeBlanc, Deanne Aline Marie
    • 2020
    • 2020
  4. Whilst this concern remains, the new schemes do place a greater importance on visitors than before (Page 18.78) by emphasising areas such as marketing, visitor services, ed-ucation, community outreach and interpretation. New mu-seum best practice schemes have begun to absorb the conditions and values of tourist and visitor attraction

  5. Bill C-112 provides for a new exception to infringement for user-generated content (UGC), along with new grounds for fair dealing. These provisions, combined with a strong and clear message from the Supreme Court of Canada’s pentalogy of copyright cases regarding users’ rights and the copyright balance, signal a new paradigm for copyright law in Canada—one that tolerates a much greater ...

    • Teresa Scassa
    • 2013
  6. 3. “Reciprocal Communalism”: Solidarity among Place-Based Communities in a Changing World. Although tribes tend to be place-based, focused on the local, Simpson explains that Indigenous resistance includes the global, thereby tying together networks of colonized people around the world (Simpson, 2017: 57).

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