Profound injustice inflicts injury that is devastating and hard to heal. For Indigenous communities - and people - that have experienced that kind of deep trauma, more than policy or apologies are required. With us to consider some of what that might entail are, Fr. Raymond de Souza, chaplain of Newman House at Queen's University, and a senior fellow at Cardus, a Canadian Christian think tank; Jennifer Dockstader, executive director of the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre; John Moscowitz, rabbi emeritus at Holy Blossom Temple and author of "Evolution of an Unorthodox Rabbi."
Is Canada Any Closer to Truth and Reconciliation?
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