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Dossier : Parler pour autrui : Que dit l’appropriation culturelle ?

À partir de quelles bases appréhende-t-on le racisme anti-noir dans la sphère culturelle au Québec ?

  • Nathalie Batraville and
  • Rachel Zellars

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  • Nathalie Batraville

  • Rachel Zellars

  • Traduction de
    Daoud Najm

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Cover of Parler pour autrui : Que dit l’appropriation culturelle ?, Number 268, Spring 2019, pp. 3-92, Spirale