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CMHR exhibit delves into impact of Indian Act

Elijah Harper's eagle feather, a wampum belt made by a Haudenosaunee faith keeper and a Cree artist's cradleboard 'float' above handwritten excerpts from the Indian Act in a new exhibit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. (Aaron Cohen / CMHR)</p>

Elijah Harper's eagle feather, a wampum belt made by a Haudenosaunee faith keeper and a Cree artist's cradleboard 'float' above handwritten excerpts from the Indian Act in a new exhibit at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. (Aaron Cohen / CMHR)

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