Forced Aboriginal Self Identification In Schools

The usual answer is your not and AFN will refuse you based on AFN racial purity laws. It’s more of a identify children as not AFN Aboriginal and not subject to special Indigenous rights. The last ten years has also seen the ending of AFN Aboriginal disenfranchisement that AFN planned to reduce Aboriginal populations on the lands AFN claims.

Notice the article says AFN and non AFN, not Indigenous. Many AFN are, in fact, not Indigenous to North America, but the result of recent migrations and successful colonization. Aleto is referring to this when he mentions diversity and inclusiveness.
posted from Bloggeroid


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