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Margaret Robinson participates in conversation discussing should racist literature be removed from public spaces
Margaret Robinson, Coordinator of Indigenous Studies, along with Dalhousie alum Masuma Khan and MSVU’s EDIA Advisor Delvina Bernard, appeared in a recent article and interview with Sarah Poko: 'The demonization of people' or historical record: Should racist literature be removed from public spaces?
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