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Exploring John Ralston Saul's Perspective on History and Colonization

 Read John Ralston Saul, “History is Upon Us” from The Comeback, 2014, Viking Press. (p.1 - 14)

• After reading the “History is Upon Us” by John Ralston Saul, consider the following guiding questions.

• What perspective is the author writing from?

• Who is his audience? Who is he writing this for? Explain.

• What is his intention or purpose in writing this piece?

• Is he sympathetic to Indigenous people?

• Who or what is he challenging or confronting?

• What does John Ralston Saul suggest must be done in order to free ourselves of the old negative attitudes?

• What does he say about shame, sympathy, and guilt?

• View “Whose Land is it Anyway?” (43 minutes)

• After viewing “Whose Land is it Anyway” consider the following guiding questions.

• Why is it important to learn about historical context?

• What is colonization, and how has colonization impacted Canada?



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