It angers me’: Racist signs found at Indigenous culture camp – CTV News

by ahnationtalk on August 13, 2019148 Views

August 13, 2019

Hand-written racist signs addressed to an Indigenous culture camp in Saskatchewan are upsetting its members.

One sign reads, “Colten Boushie was a thief that got what thieves deserve.” Another sign questions Indigenous hunting practices, using the words “useless Indians.”

The signs, written in black marker on cardboard, were found in an outhouse in Somme on Monday – just ahead of an Indigenous camp.

Crystal Peequaquat’s sister-in-law found the signs on the first day of Culture Camp, where members of the Yellow Quill First Nation spend five days learning traditional life skills from elders.

Read More: https://saskatoon.ctvnews.ca/it-angers-me-racist-signs-found-at-indigenous-culture-camp-1.4547998

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