Can Canadian Catholics reconcile after “whitewashing” indigenous Catholics?

A 1940 photo shows indigenous students and a nun in a girls' classroom at Cross Lake Indian Residential School in Manitoba. (CNS photo/Library and Archives Canada, Reuters) 
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Our June 27 guest is Eileen Markey, an independent reporter and the author of A Radical Faith: The Assassination of Sr. Maura (Nation Books). She lives in the Bronx and teaches journalism at the City University of New York.

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We discuss her recent article, Canadian Catholics grapple with a history of “whitewashing” indigenous children.

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Stuart Meisenzahl
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Each week your headlines and "Tweet This" selections reveal you to be irredeemably biased. There is frequently not a hint in your selection of articles of any thoughtful or contextual analysis......often bordering on or displaying outright intellectual dishonesty

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