Racism is about power. When the dominant society controls how Indigenous peoples are perceived, stereotypes are created and perpetuated.
Stereotypes are not only harmful in their own right; they do damage by fostering prejudice and discrimination.
In this interactive multimedia experience you will become aware of the insidious ways in which stereotypes are reproduced and how they perpetuate structural inequality.
By the end of this module, you will be able to:
In this module you will explore the following topics:
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