Gerald Stanley And The Fear Of The "Indian"
Opinion
Gerald Stanley And The Fear Of The “Indian”
In newspapers, films, TV, and books, white Canadians are taught to see Indigenous people as animals.

Adapted from a piece originally published on mediaINDIGENA.

There is a video from the courthouse in Battleford, Saskatchewan, last night. It shows a screen which is split in four and displaying the courtroom, the jury box, the judge, and the accused in the Gerald Stanley case.

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