Imperialism still alive & well says activist author

When Aboriginal women’s rights activist and author Lee Maracle looks at the modern world, she sees one that is not very different from the way things were back in the Age of Empires. “These three men [Canadian PM Jean Chr

When Aboriginal women’s rights activist and author Lee Maracle looks at the modern world, she sees one that is not very different from the way things were back in the Age of Empires.

“These three men [Canadian PM Jean Chr

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