Indigenous Victims Of Canadian Human Rights Abuses Have A Voice
"Weeping Goes Unheard" contains true heart-wrenching narratives based on historical records
"I want to get rid of the Indian problem. Our objective is to continue until there is no Indian in Canada that has not been absorbed into the body politic, and there is no Indian Question and no Indian Department."
In Weeping Goes Unheard, Ms. Mann paints a compelling picture of the wrongdoing that has separated native families and torn children away from their parents. Her work represents an overdue look at the tragic injustice that exists today—even as her book goes to print.
The timely story of Canada's own holocaust continues to resonate in the form of current news stories and media attention from recent court cases, shedding light on the corrupt events of the past. These harrowing personal stories represent a landmark narrative that is sure to pave the way to greater peace and justice for the people who represent the First Nations of Canada.
About the Author: Lucia Mann, humanitarian, and activist, was born in British colonial South Africa in the wake of World War II. She now resides in British Columbia, Canada. After retiring from freelance journalism in 1998, she wrote a four-book African series to give voice to those who have suffered and are suffering brutalities and captivity. Weeping Goes Unheard is her eighth book that exposes accounts of both personal and social injustice.
Find out more at www.LuciaMann.com
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