UNREPENTANT -- Kevin Annett and Canada's Genocide 7of11

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Witnessed: 1539 times

Regions: Canada

Issues: Indigenous peoples

n award-winning documentary film, Unrepentant documents some of the history of Canada's genocide against its native peoples, in and out of residential schools. This is the heart-wrenching story of the toil of those peoples at the hands of the churches and the government, for the purpose of land theft and eugenics. This documentary also follows the personal history of Reverend Kevin Annett, formerly with the United Church, defrocked and socially outcast because of his brave exposure of the Indian toil. A must see.
You can also read Rev. Annett's work on the subject ('Hidden from History: Canadian Genocide', and 'Love and Death in the Valley') and visit these websites on the subject:


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