Archive: Kelly Roy

Distant Voices

Manitoulin lawyer Kelly Roy describes her native upbringing, her education, and her practice in child welfare, family, and criminal law. She tells of the discrimination she has observed against her people and how she tries to integrate the native justice system into her work.
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Aug 04, 1995
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