Despite Canada’s benevolent veneer, its history is replete with examples of genocidal medical violence inflicted upon Indigenous communities, including children, with Canadian physicians often leading the charge. This includes coerced and forced sterilizations targeting Indigenous women and girls.
In her landmark book, “An Act of Genocide: Colonialism and the Sterilization of Aboriginal Women,” women and gender studies professor Karen Stote describes how formal eugenic legislation in provinces like Alberta and British Columbia spanned decades in the twentieth century, while other provinces had similar practices that may have been informal, but with the same devastating end-result: the sterilization of thousands of Indigenous women and girls, forced to give up the ability to bear children.
READ: Coerced and forced sterilization of Indigenous women and girls: This is what genocide looks like in Canada | The Star
Vice did a story a few years ago on forced sterilization w/out consent, and it's legal! https://t.co/i7eXQt8Rgh Lisa Lombard has mounted a Class Action. https://t.co/d4kSSU56IO— LooksLike (@DomaLady) May 21, 2021
And on that other terror:
These are recent reports of missing children made to local law enforcement. If you think you have seen a missing child, contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678). https://t.co/gzcU0ba9WK— Tulsa World (@tulsaworld) May 21, 2021
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