|Kamloops Indian Residential Boarding School, B.C., Canada|
Facebook Doesn't Want You to See This
By Brenda Norrell
Saturday, June 5, 2021
Facebook halted my sharing of news articles just now, as I posted this, "Residential Schools: Vatican won't release records, feds destroyed records."
The Canadian government destroyed 15 tons of paper documents related to Indian residential schools.
CTV News reports:
Read the full article at CTV:
Vatican and Feds
Facebook doesn't want you to see this, or the memorials worldwide for the children who died and were murdered at Kamloops Indian Residential School, or news from Palestine and the arrest of journalists by Israel, or that about 2,000 people are expected at the 'Stop Enbridge Line 3 action in Northern Minnesota' right now.
From the Yukon to Shiprock, New Mexico, on the Navajo Nation, and around the world, the children of Kamloops Indian Residential School are being remembered and honored in memorials.
Honoring the children in Kamloops this week.
The international Criminal Court is now being called on to investigate residential schools, after 215 children, some as young as three years old, were found in a mass grave at Kamloops Indian Residential School. The children were stolen, kidnapped, from their families.
Read article at CBC News:
International Criminal Court called on to investigate
At the Treaty Peoples Gathering in Minnesota, Govinda Dalton is setting up to broadcast live from the Enbridge Line 3 mobilization in Minnesota.
About 2,000 people have arrived, and more are on their way. Discussions are underway on Treaties, Free, Prior and Informed Consent, and mobilizing, as the Prayer for the Water continues now, Saturday afternoon, June 5, 2021.
Enbridge Line 3 has pipeline construction underway.
The online radio stream link will be live later this weekend from the Treaty People Gathering in Minnesota, on Spirit Resistance Radio.
Spirit Resistance Radio
YUKON: There was only the sound of the drum, as the children of Kamloops Indian Boarding School were remembered and honored. -- CBC Yukon
Photo copyright Ottawa Photographer Paul Couvrette
"They tried to bury us, but they did not know we were seeds."