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"emiss  nabi community" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

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"emiss nabi community" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"Snow Mixes Action With allegory, exploring the fate of remote emiss- Nabi Community. Gagik rice welcome to meet the rices hydrogen. Thank you very much for having me Wolf. I found your book. Moon of the crusted snow, absolutely fascinating, both for the modern narrative about what happens when society begins to crumble, which is so pertinent to the situation that we're in today, but also historically now I know very little about Canadian, first nation people or the appalling treatment that they've suffered through history, which again strikes current note so I'd like to start their pleased with the history of your community. Well. There's a long and very complicated history. When looking at my nation in my community specifically, but I think if you took a step back and look more widely. The experience of indigenous nations I guess in Canada, if we're going to focus their rather than you know all of North America. Would we call Turtle Island? It's a somewhat recent history. If you really consider it Canada's confederation was in eighteen, sixty seven, and prior to that you know there were centuries of very relations. I think between indigenous nations and the settler the. The colonizers essentially who came in from Great Britain and France and I guess the original intent in the original spirit was to welcome visitors and create something good on this land together and treaties were signed many of them, predating Canada and the idea or the hope was to our own asli from the indigenous perspective anyway, but obviously things didn't work out that way and what resulted. was you know generations of abuse neglect which resulted in tragedy and cycles of intergenerational trauma, and just to highlight a couple of the major examples. There's what's called the Indian residential school system, which began in the late nineteenth century here in Canada and the idea was to essentially a brutally simulates indigenous children into Canadian society by removing them from their families and their communities, and forcing them into these church run schools rate across the country where you know many injured, physical, sexual emotional abuse, and were punished essentially for practicing their culture and their language, and as a result. Being detached from their families as well you know they returned home..

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