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This episode will feature Red Crow's Message to our/his Irish Brothers and Sisters.

 After speaking with a friend in Ireland today, in discussion of so many things and truths that will be eventually spoken to on this show. I thought I would follow the great example that Elder Charlie Thompson set with our Debut show which served to inspire so many and touched a lot of hearts.

 As well as my friend Mick O'Brien from Ireland touched basis todayon what this show to him was about, and many truths about what Irish peoples go through as well.

 I thought of what  Elder Charlie Thompson related in our debut show and what Mick said today, then I thought of Red Crow and how he discussed the similar struggles that both First Nations and the Irish experience.

So I thought I would open the show with Red Crow to continue the great inspiration that Elder Charlie Thompson provided for us this past Thursday.

The show format.

1. Opening will feature a song

 2. Floyd  Red Crow Westerman Says Goodbye for a little over 7 minutes, in which Red Crow says goodbye to his Irish brothers and sisters and discusses the common struggles that both nations experience.
It is in essence a voice of wisdom reaching out to both First Nations and the Irish.

3. I will then enter into discussion about the common simillarties of the Schools that First Nations and the Irish peoples were forced to go attend.

 4. Various other mentions of things going on and events

 5. I will take calls if any

This show will be about both truth and inspiration to the child abuse in residential, boarding and industrial schools and of child abuse in it common domination.

I do have headphones now for skype so skype users will be able to access the show from now on.

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First Nations
Irish Peoples
Floyd Red Crow Westerman
Residential Boarding Industrial Schools
Common Struggles
Broadcast in History
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