Petter YellowQuill is an Ojibwe Lakota Elder and former Chief of 8 years from the Ojibwe Nation's Long Plain Reserve in Manitoba ,Canada. He has spent his life fighting for tribal rights working as a Social Services Administrator,Band Administrator,Director of Education,and negotiator for school projects. Aside from these , he was Chief and Negotiator for Land Repatriation,Chairman of the Dakota-Ojibwe Tribal Council, and sat on the Assembly of Manitoba Chief's Executive Commitee as well. He has some things to share about police attacks on Ojibwe youth on his reserve, a court challenge he's bringing against Canada and why the Canadian Indian Act should be repealed or changed and what needs to be done and what he is doing to try and make that happen. He is also a survivor of the Portage la Prairie Residential School as well as the Brandon Residential Indian School , spoken out publically against the church-government fraudulent "truth and reconciliation commission", and will be talking about his experiences and the long term effects it has had on survivors and their families.
Panel: Host Kevin Annett,co host Russ Letica, Bill Annett and Producer Marcie Lane