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Mi’kmaq see “Proud Boys” incident as a good time to educate Canadians - APTN News


Mi’kmaq see “Proud Boys” incident as a good time to educate Canadians - APTN News - Many want less focus on the right wing group, and more on the Mi’kmaq and their history.

“It would be nice if the coverage wasn’t so focussed on this group of proud boys and more on the fact that you had an Indigenous woman who was in a mourning ceremony,” said Mi’kmaw Poet Laureate Rebecca Thomas. “And why was she in mourning? And why was Canada Day affecting us.”

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