The Terry Project Podcast #13: Indigenous Rights and Title
On this, the 13th episode our program, we look at Aboriginal rights and title from Brazil to BC.
Chapter 1, “The murder Nisio Gomes,” the story of an indigenous person from the Guarani tribe of Brazil who was killed on his ancestral homeland. Chapter 2, “from Brazil to BC”, we look at the similarities of these two constitutions and how the legal system is serving or not serving indigenous groups. And chapter 3, “The Village of c̓əsnaʔəm”, also known as the Great Marpole Midden — Unboringlearning.com’s Nick Thornton looks at a dispute between the Musqueam people and the developers who want to build a condo on this ancient burial site.
Hosted by: Gordon Katic and Sam Fenn
Produced by: Gordon Katic, Sam Fenn, Jordan Fernandez, and Chirag Mahajan
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- The murder Nisio Gomes
- From Brazil to BC
- The Village of c̓əsnaʔəm
- Sam Eifling, International Reporting Program
- Sara Shenker, Survival International
- Coll Thrush, UBC History.
- Darlene Johnston, UBC Law.
- Atonia Mills, UNBC First Nations Studies
- Christine Schreyer, UBCO Anthropology.
- Nick Thornton, Unboringlearning.com
- Cecilia Point, Musqueam Nation.
Extra, Dying for Land:
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