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Truth and Reconciliation - Christine Wata Joseph

February 28, 2012 - The first of the Truth and Reconciliation hearings wrapped up today on North Vancouver Island. Almost two dozen residential school survivors testified at the two day event hosted by the Kwakiutl community at Fort Rupert. Christine Wata Joseph was there for the entire time. She is the community's traditional medicine woman, and one of the first to make a presentation yesterday morning

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