An Indian In The Cabinet: Speaking Truth to Power. By Jody Wilson-Raybould. Toronto, ON: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., 2021.
Indian in the Cabinet is a groundbreaking memoir that reflects Jody Wilson-Raybould’s experiences and perspective as the first Indigenous woman in the simultaneous roles of Canada’s Minister of Justice and Attorney General. Within this context, she describes how, within the Canadian political system, power and truth are disassociated from one another. In order for real change to occur, fraudulent power must be dismantled and replaced with truth as a primary commitment in the democratic system of the Canadian government.
Wilson-Raybould, J. Indian In The Cabinet: Speaking Truth to Power. Toronto, Ontario: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd.; 2021.
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