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Discrimination Against First Nations Children

Our youth are the future. If we want them to lead with love, we need to raise them with it.

Cindy Blackstock, a prominent activist for child welfare and Executive Director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada, says that discrimination against Aboriginal children by the Canada's Federal Government is still happening today - discrimination that other Canadian children don’t experience. Blackstock explains why supporting First Nations children is such a crucial investment.

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