The Heat: Plight of indigenous people in North America

The Heat

The recent discovery of unmarked graves belonging to indigenous children at church-run schools in Canada is sending shockwaves across North America.

It also brought global attention to this traumatic chapter in the country’s history. And unleashed deep-set emotions in those who managed to survive the system.

Mark Masterton reports from Mission, in British Columbia.

To discuss:

  • Karen Joseph is Chief Executive Officer of Reconciliation Canada.
  • Chase Iron Eyes is an attorney to the Lakota People’s Law Project.

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