The disclosure of a mass, unmarked grave of 215 Indigenous children has shocked Canadians from coast to coast. But the Canadian genocide is not new. Survivor stories and archival evidence has been available for decades — so why are people reeling now, and not then? What can be done to bring justice to all missing and murdered Indigenous children?
The Cowichan Intercultural Society presents the results of Cowichan’s first Racism & Marginalization study. More than 600 people shared their experiences via the survey & in-person interviews. The research covers: