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Following the successful premium of his short ballet choreography, The Blue of Distance, Robert Binet, aged 24, speaks of his current project, an adaptation of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, and his goals as a ballet dancer and choreographer. He says that ballet expresses emotions with a clarity that no other physical performance can do, so he wants to preserve this art and revive it with contemporary values, that is to break the gendered perspective of this art.

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In the article ‘’Talking About Racism With White Kids’’ written by KJ Dell’antonia in the New York Times in 2014, the author discusses the fact that white parents have to talk about races with their white children. She argues how difficult talking about race with kids is: there are so many things to tell, and after the parent have many questions. Did they explain it well enough? Was it clear? Dell’antonia, after talking about race with her son, was full of worries-had she done it clear enough and good enough?

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              In this article, “Moncton Food Truck Owner Says he Faces             Daily Racism” by Alexandra Abdelwahab, published on August 7th, 2015 on Global News about a man who operates his own food truck in Moncton New Brunswick. In this article she depicts the fact that Michael Uberall (Owner), faces racism because he is born in Germany and displays his countries name on his food truck. It has gone far enough as people calling him a Nazi simply because he was born in Germany; however he has lived in Moncton for a while now.

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      The article Canada’s Tinder Men Are Annoying Black Women with Their Racist and Sexist Bullshit written by Eternity Martis. The article was published by Vice on September 28, 2015. The article talks about black women’s experience on Tinder. Several Women from Toronto were interviewed and questioned about their experience with the men found on Tinder. Most of the woman said to be victim of racism. Most of the white males who would message them would approach them with sexual intentions.

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Taken from Huffington Post US, Nico Lang wrote an article published on the 3rd of September 2015 entitled “Taylor Swift's 'Wildest Dreams' Video Has a Major Race Problem”. The article begins by mentioning that Taylor’s new video seems to be inspired by the movie “Out of Africa” starring Meryl Streep. Already the intentions of the video are likely to raise a few red flags since it is set in White Colonialist Era, he says.

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