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Pain of the Past: Michelle Good on Five Little Indians

Pain of the Past: Michelle Good on Five Little Indians

Originally aired on November 01
Re-release June 03

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Cree author and lawyer Michelle Good presents a fictional account of life after residential school, in her 2020 Scotiabank Giller Prize-longlisted book Five Little Indians. The gripping story is told with compassion and insight, as five residential school survivors struggle with the pain of their pasts and ultimately find a way forward. Join Good in intimate conversation about her career and the process of developing this book, at TIFA.

Interviewer: Waubgeshig Rice

The re-release of this event with Michelle Good and Waubgeshig Rice has been extended. The video will be available to watch for free until June 30 at 11:59pm ET.

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Pain of the Past: Michelle Good on Five Little Indians

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Pain of the Past: Michelle Good on Five Little Indians

Originally aired on November 01
Re-release June 03

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