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CELEBRATING ABORIGINAL HISTORY MONTH 2011: 2-SPIRIT METIS WRITER SHARRON PROULX-TURNER READS A POEM

I remember seeing Sharron Proulx-Turner’s What The Aunty’s Say years ago at First Nations House Library University of Toronto.  The title caught my attention and the poetry inside was great.   Meeting Turner in winter 2011 was greater. Within the … Continue reading

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CELEBRATING ABORIGINAL HISTORY MONTH 2011: INTERVIEW WITH 2-SPIRIT METIS WRITER SHARRON PROULX-TURNER

Sharron Proulx-Turner is a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta. Originally from the Ottawa river valley, she’s from Mohawk, Algonquin, Wyandot, Ojibwe, Mi’kmaw, French, Scottish and Irish ancestry. She’s a two-spirit mom of three adult children, Graham, Barb and … Continue reading

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CELEBRATING ABORIGINAL HISTORY MONTH 2011: SHE IS READING HER BLANKET WITH HER HANDS

She Is Reading Her Blanket With Her Hands By Sharron Proulx-Turner Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos Two-Spirit Metis poet Sharron Proulx-Turner writes, “I am humbled by the women and girls in my world”, in the intro to her third collection … Continue reading

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