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 People of Interest 
 Roundtable Talks on the Opening of the Human Rights Museum in Winnipeg
 Interview
 Present in the dialogue were Kimlee Wong, Sagkeeng First Nation member, former APTN investigative reporter, Don Marks, Editor of Grassroots News, and Colin Hamlin, small business owner and CKUW veteran programmer.
 CKUW news  
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On Wednesday September 24, following the Grand Opening of the Canadian Human Rights Museum at the Forks in Downtown Winnipeg, CKUW 95.9FM decided to convene a round table discussion on some of the controversies surrounding the museum. The conversation was sparked by an article, "Human Rights Hypocrisy" from Kimlee Wong which alluded to the construction of the museum on an important archeological site as an act of cultural violence against the Indigenous heritage of this land.
Michael Welch: interview and summary and Victoria King: tech.

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