Human rights museum to recognize treatment of Indigenous Peoples as a genocide
Human rights museum to recognize treatment of Indigenous Peoples as a genocide Human rights museum to recognize treatment of Indigenous Peoples as a genocideFor us today and making what is the museum think about this change? They say that they have recognized that by not using that word in the past, arthi that they caused hurt for people, and they say that they’re learning they listen to what people are say and they’re hoping to do better. As when the museum opened in 2014. They did not label the treatment of indigenous people by the policies of the Canadian government as genocide and cultural genocide. Saying that to use the word The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg now deems the treatment of Indigenous Peoples in Canada a genocide, a change in position following criticism. Previously, the museum had said Indigenous Peoples faced cultural genocide.
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