B.C. has just 16 Roots workers for more than 2,000 Indigenous kids in the ministry’s care.
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Local writer Huda Hassan claims that hospital staff lost her uncle, an elderly black man with schizophrenia.
“Wow — after getting beaten speaking my language, 65 years later, I get to teach it,” says Dorothy Eastman.
The conflict with Wet'suwet'en land defenders shows how little government or industry understand or respect Indigenous communities.