Release Date: October 31, 2012 NationTalk speaks to Diane Longboat, Kahontakwas, a Mohawk, Turtle Clan woman from Six Nations, is a ceremonial leader, traditional teacher of Indigenous spiritual ways and a healer. She is a professional educator, with a graduate degree in education and has taught and lectured at Universities in Canada on the topics of spiritual renewal as the guiding force for nation building. She speaks about the stark differences in the development of policy on Indigenious issues and welfare in the USA compared to that of Canada and stresses how important it is that the Government of Canada step up to the mark for it’s First Nations peoples.
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