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The Anishinaabe are guided by the Seven Grandfather Teachings—Love, Bravery, Humility, Wisdom, Honesty, Respect, and Truth. In Seven Truths, we explore each teaching through the eyes of Anishinaabe storyteller Tanya Talaga, and through the lives and experiences of people she’s proud to know. These truths, told through contemporary stories, help us find common ground here on Turtle Island, so that we can live together, justly.
©2020 Antica Productions (P)2020 Antica Productions

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  • E. Kay
  • 14-12-20

Wonderful, enlightening

I almost didn't download this because one person left a 1 star review. I'm thankful i realized that the review was based on a combination of technical incompetence and the reading comprehension of the reviewer. The spiteful review literally had nothing to do with the actual content of Seven Truths, which gives us intriguing insight in to the Anishinaabe. It's thought provoking and inspiring. The stories turn you inside out in the best way.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-12-20

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the story was great but it is posted from episode 7 to episode 1 so i listened to it backwards.

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  • alison farr
  • 24-03-21

A must listen!

I'm from the UK and I'd heard of the terrible schools first nation people were sent to. But I had no idea how much racism exists to this very day in Canada. This podcast was beautifully made, with exceptional research into the different problems faced by native Americans both historically and today. Thank you for educating me on this important subject. I hope people from around the world hear your stories and changes are made to right the wrongs that have been done.

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  • Lilly
  • 17-03-21

Genuine, eye opening, heartbreaking.

This was so well done. Beautifully narrated and produced. The content itself is hard to swallow. I am white British (Welsh) and have never experienced racism first hand. Being from the UK, I was unaware of the racism in Canada, least of all in this area. I am now more aware, but helpless. Everyone should listen to this, share this, discuss this... We need to talk about these issues, take action against these issues. We need to breed compassion and love.