Sep 24 - 2021

The Honourable Murray Sinclair: It Could Have Been Different

About the Episode

Former Senator, First Nations lawyer and chancellor of Queens University, the Honourable Murray Sinclair talks about a box of encyclopedias that changed the course of his life, the profound effect of losing his brother to murder, and why some of us are looking at reconciliation the wrong way. From the roots of systemic racism to how we can help bring about real reconciliation, we take a close look at the hard work that needs to be done to make Canada a nation that can come to terms with its past. 

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