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Promoting Peer Leaders - Student Ambassadors

Updated: Jul 19, 2019

Stereotypes about First Nations are common and growing in Thunder Bay. Most of them

are racist and negative based on ignorance. We can use Social Media to challenge these

stereotypes and promote positive qualities and universal values many people in the community are not aware of.

Students at Dennis Franklin Cromarty (DFC) First Nations High School working hard to complete their education were told to share something they like, enjoy, a hobby they have, their goals, or accomplishments so that people could get to know more about them and not judge them based on old and prejudiced stereotypes.

The students were recorded while they talk about the topics described above.

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