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Native Awareness Days 2005
Speech
Paul Williams
 pierre loiselle/praxis media productions  Contact Contributor
Paul Williams is a lawyer for the Iroquois Confederacy. He spoke about Human Rights and the Confederacy Fifteen Years after Oka. Introduction by Dr. Roland Chrisjohn.
recorded by pierre loiselle
Native Awareness Days 2005 at St. Thomas University was organized by the Native Student Council. This year's theme was "Human Rights and First Nations in Canada" in cooperation with the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nations Chiefs and Kairos.

Human Rights & the Confederacy 15 Years After Oka Download Program Podcast
00:57:31 1 April 1, 2005
St. Thomas University, Fredericton, NB (Maliseet territory)
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Human Rights & the Confederacy 15 Years After Oka Download Program Podcast
00:57:31 1 April 1, 2005
St. Thomas University, Fredericton, NB (Maliseet territory)
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 00:53:49  128Kbps mp3
(24.64MB) Mono
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