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Home » Newswire » Poll shows more Winnipeggers growing aware of racial gap – Winnipeg Free Press
by ahnationtalk on October 5, 2018104 Views
Four years after electing its first Indigenous mayor, more Winnipeggers believe the divide between Indigenous and non-Indigenous residents is a serious issue.
That’s good news, says the president of the Aboriginal Council of Winnipeg. People have to understand there’s a problem before it can be fixed, said Damon Johnston.
“If Canadians have a high level of ignorance about the division, how can we get support from other Canadians to put pressure on the government to get better at investing in the things we’re doing?”
Views on the Indigenous/non-Indigenous divide
Read More: https://www.winnipegfreepress.com/local/poll-shows-more-winnipeggers-growing-aware-of-racial-gap-495219011.html
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