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The Scam of Reconciliation w/ Eva Jewell

The Red Nation Podcast

Release Date: 01/18/2021

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Dr. Eva Jewell (Ma'iingan Dodem)—Anishinaabekwe from Deshkan Ziibiing with Haudenosaunee lineage—explains that Canadian reconciliation with Indigenous peoples won’t be fulfilled until 2074. Uahikea Maile talks with Dr. Jewell about the Yellowhead Institute’s new report to hold Canada accountable for genocide. They discuss crocodile tears, genocide deniers, and the scam of reconciliation.