Date:09.01.2017, 06:19 Footnote 15 Of all the assaults committed against Aboriginal peoples, perhaps the greatest assault to Aboriginal identity has been the Residential School System. Footnote 16 The legacy of harms committed continue to be felt today across generations. We weren't born to come to jail. It is everything that took place within our lives, all the struggles we have endured, all the hardships we have traveled. It all comes down to this. However, it is highly unlikely that the issues of such a marginalized population will receive the attention and resources necessary to even begin to address the multitude of issues. Absent political will, fundamental change will not occur within the system. The Gladue reporting process can itself be very involved, as evidenced in locales where the practice is long established, such as in Toronto. This is where we end up. RCAP, Bridging the Cultural Divide, Bev Auger, Prison for Women, March 31, 1993, at 141. Introduction The story of how so many Aboriginal women came to be locked up within federal penitentiaries is a story filled with a long history of dislocation and isolation, racism, brutal violence as well as enduring a constant state.
In this case, you might examine the speeches of British political leaders, editorials in major British newspapers, and voting support for the Scottish National Party or other regional parties. You might also arrange an interview with an expert in the field: a noted scholar, a British government representative, a prominent journalist.