June 29, 2020
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#331 The RCMP Exists to Control Indigenous People
The history of policing back to John A. Macdonald, the killing of Dudley George at Ipperwash in 1995, and its impact on two Indigenous journalists
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Andréa Schmidt
Managing Editor, Podcasts

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Karl Dockstader and Sean Vanderklis, co-hosts of the radio show and podcast One Dish, One Mic, join Jesse. Plus, Karl and Sean spoke with Senator Lillian Dyck about her call for RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki’s resignation.

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