In The course of Aflevering 4 we see how insensitive most residents of supper are about the natives, and how they are treated like barbass simply because their lifestyle and priorities are different

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Season 3 of ‘ Anne with an ‘ see all our favourite characters struggling with new challenges in life, especially the teens who are now old to think about their careers and partner.

While Anne (Amybeth McNulty) made a choice to choose her adventure as her partner, we see that she is accelerating that she has feelings for Gilbert (Lucas Jade Zumann).

This story will, of course, get a head start this season, but we have some time for it and in Aflevering 4, the focus is moved to a character to whom we were introduced at the start of the episode, Ka’kwet (Kiawenti: Io Tarbell).

We see Ka’kwet for the first time she arrived with her father at the school of Anne to sell hockey sticks to the boys in her class. She is part of a community of natives living in an environment in nature, using natural resources and living like one with nature.

She has a set of loving parents and it is clear that she likes her life, and is a lovely, loving child with many curiosity like Anne.

Anne, loyal to her character, welcomes Ka’kwet in her life with open arms and trying to learn more about her community, and while her article deserves her the wrath of Marilla (Geraldine James), which is like most other people in supper it is contemplating to be “Pagans ” .

Our titular heroine tried to change people’s thinking by writing in the school newspaper about Ka’kwet and her family. Yet it only made her a “unique character” than anything else.

In The course of Aflevering 4 we see how insensitive most residents of supper are against the natives, and how they are treated like barbarians simply because their lifestyle and priorities are different.

They want to “reformat” them and make them civilizer, with Rachel (Ialy Koslo) that goes so far as to claim, who knows what they do in our forest.

This undiscerning statement about the people who lived in the country before the colonizers had ever settled, is a perfect example of how they wanted to feel as strangers in their own country.

‘ Anne with an ‘ is consistent in the narrative of stories about the injustices of the past and present, and it is only natural that they do not overlook the needs of the natives who were obliged to leave their own culture and identity behind. In society created by the Colonzers.

We see a perspective and narration that is missing from the media, and Season 3, aflevering 4, from ‘ Anne ‘ with an E ‘, will always remain iconic to treat where most are not.

The whole season 3 is available on Netflix from Friday 3 January.