Wab Kinew is a musician, journalist and scholar whose new book, "The Reason You Walk," chronicles his fiery relationship with his father Tobasonakwut. Learning about and living through his father's issues played a pivotal role in Wab Kinew's journey to his leadership role in the Anishinaabe community. Kinew joins The Agenda to discuss how Tobasonakwut's traumatic years at an Indian residential school, his alcohol abuse, political activism and battle with cancer have influenced his own life.
Episode:
Diversity and Legacy
Aired:
Dec 04, 2015
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