New Brunswick Indigenous leaders, community shares in grief, anger over residential school victims – Global News

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New Brunswick Indigenous leaders, community shares in grief, anger over residential school victims – Global News

by ahnationtalk on June 1, 2021128 Views

Indigenous leaders in New Brunswick are sharing the grief and anger with people around the country, after the bodies of 215 First Nations children were found in unmarked burial sites at the former site of a residential school in Kamloops, B.C.

Chief George Ginnish of Natoaganeg First Nation says his community includes several residential school survivors are who are hurt.

“This rings like something that would happen in a third world country. You know, you have a mass grave. You have the truth hidden for decades and decades,” he told Global News.

“Even the kids in our school are hurting. They’re seeing this. It’s all over social media and they’re saying, ‘How can anyone be so cruel?’”

Read More: https://globalnews.ca/news/7909042/new-brunswick-indigenous-leaders-community-residential-school-grief/

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