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Prison watchdog says more than a quarter of federal inmates are aboriginal people - Aboriginal - CBC

15.1.16

Prison watchdog says more than a quarter of federal inmates are aboriginal people - Aboriginal - CBC: For aboriginal women, the numbers are even higher. According to the most recent statistics, more than 36 per cent of women in prison are of aboriginal decent.

Sapers said that three decades ago, 10 per cent of federal inmates were aboriginal people, but the number continues to grow each year.

"It's actually quite a dramatic increase," Sapers said. "It was identified year, after year, after year as a major concern, as a human rights concern."


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