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Grand Chief Tony Alexis: REDx Talks Series

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This title is a part of the series REDx Talks Series - Art is the Medicine


Catalogue Number:  RX0018
Producer:  iiniistsi Treaty Arts Society
Subject:  Canadian History, Canadian Social Issues, Canadian Social Studies, Canadian World Studies, First Nations Studies, History, Indigenous Issues, Indigenous Peoples, Social Issues, Sociology
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2016
Running Time:  10:00
Closed Captions:  Yes


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Grand Chief Tony Alexis is a celebrated leader of Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation, and Grand Chief of Treaty 6. Based on the traditional teachings from his father, Chief Tony developed The Alexis Principles to foster positive cross-cultural connection and dialogue.


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