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Pushed out and silenced: How one doctor was punished for speaking out about residential schools | CBC Radio

Cindy Blackstock was searching for allies in the history books. She was hoping to find someone who spoke out about residential schools, about the high death rate of students, the maltreatment of Indigenous children, and the inequalities. While reading A National Crime by historian John Milloy, Blackstock came across the work of Dr. Peter Henderson Bryce.

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