Kevin Annett -- The man who forced an apology from his government and held an exorcism rite outside the Vatican last April is raising the stakes on institutionalized child torture this fall.
Rev. Annett has led a fifteen year campaign to expose crimes by Canadian churches against children in Indian residential schools. He and a few others have won recognition, reparations and the beginning of justice for tens of thousands of aboriginal survivors of Canada's murderous Indian residential schools.
In June, 2008, Annett and his network forced the government of Canada to publicly apologize for the Indian residential schools and to admit that thousands of children died in them.
"Kevin has become a lightning rod for all survivors of church abuse" said Chief Peter Yellow Quill of the Anishinabe nation, who will be touring with Kevin, and who recently presented a letter to the Queen of England about the missing residential school children. "Finally there's a white man who understands what we suffer and is forcing his own people to face it, and be held accountable. And now he's rallying victims of the church across borders. So I am honored to stand with him and present the truth of our genocide before European governments and people."
A complete itinerary of Kevin's tour follows, along with photos and other information. It is sponsored by The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State, of which Kevin's Canadian group, The Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared, is a member, along with The Templemore Forgotten Victims Group of Antrim, Ireland, Survivors of Clergy Abuse - Australia, and many others.
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