History

Race and Place: How Racism Shapes Our Cities

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“My greatest challenge…is to convince white people that [First Nations] not only have something to say, but to kind of raise a question in which [white people] ask themselves, ‘What am I doing?’ Because everything I do onto her, our Mother Earth, I do unto myself.”

Prisoners of War

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Andy Flanagan shares the story of how Second World War prison guards regularly inspected Andrew “Ando” Flanagan’s diary and blacked out sections, ripped them out or beat him for what he wrote