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How do you bear witness to a place where horrible things have happened? Do you preserve it as a reminder? Or do you raze it to the ground?
When Corey Fleischer comes across racist and offensive graffiti, he uses his power washing equipment to remove it and 'erase the hate'.
The Mohawk Institute operated as a residential school for 142 years. The building is an important site for education and healing for the Six Nations of the Grand River. Jeff Goodes visited the old schoolhouse and spoke with survivors.
As It Happens
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Out in the Open
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Oscars nominations serve up redemption for Greta Gerwig and Jordan Peele