Childhood Recollections and the Influences for creating "Rosemary Kirby"

David Ruben was interviewed at his home to provide an understanding of how his childhood in Paulatuk, NWT, and the subsequent time in the residential school system, influenced "Rosemary Kirby." It is one of a series of works being toured in the exhibit "Thunder In Our Voices" developed with the support of several Northern Indigenous community partners..

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28 January, 2019
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