Show: Film For Justice

Episode: FJ021 - Native Eyewitnesses Support For International Tribunal

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Native Eyewitnesses Support For International Tribunal
The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State

Native eyewitnesses support for the International Tribunal into crimes of Church and State. The crimes being identified by the tribunal include murder, genocide and other harms to native people.

For more information see the award winning film: U N R E P E N T A N T, and the Tribunal website: . This film is on YouTube: also see the website:

Also see the scholarly book: Hidden from history: The Canadian holocaust : the untold story of the genocide of Aboriginal peoples by church and state in Canada : a summary of an ongoing, ... " residential schools " and their legacy. By Kevin Daniel Annett (2001) – by Kevin D. Annett, M.A., M.Div.

Tags: Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity, Canada, Native American, Aboriginal People, Indian, Church, Truth Commission, Extermination, Justice, Government, Abuse Of Power, Murder, Terror, Residential Schools, Boarding Schools, Law, Common Law, History, Testimonies, Mass Graves, Survivors, Eyewitnesses, Documentary, Culture, Civil Rights, Vatican, Christians, Heritage, Mohawk Nation, International Common Law Court of Justice, Ontario, Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Saturday, November 17, 2012 - 13:17

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