Mohawk elders commence the excavation of a suspected mass grave of children, Mohawk Indian school, Brantford, November of 2011
Please watch, share and post these two readings from Kevin Annett’s upcoming book Unrelenting. They describe the early movement of residential school survivors to speak out and seek justice, and the historic, first excavation of a mass grave of children at the Anglican Mohawk school in Brantford:
1. Finding their Voice: How it Began
2. The Bones of the Disappeared in Canada – see note below
Probable socket bone from a very young child, found in situ among school buttons near the former Anglican Mohawk residential school, Brantford Ontario, 24 November 2011
ITCCS Office, Brussels
Note: Please ignore the number of views listed by you tube associated with these postings – they are being grossly manipulated – eg: the first hour after these two postings were up the number of views had climbed to several hundred – then the next day the numbers actually fell below 100, and now they are at 72 and 83! We know for a fact that, on the contrary, thousands of people tend to watch these and other ITCCS postings within the first ten days of their going up. Do not fall for obvious psy-op “demoralization” tactics by internet trolls.
Isn’t it nice to know we have the nasty people so worried about us that they need to use such pathetically obvious disruption methods? Carry it on!