Quote: Originally Posted by Machjo
In the latter stages it was cultural genocide by providing funding for English or French immersion only. It might not sound like much, but over time it takes its toll, and that is as an add on to more extreme measures in the earlier years of the system. Even in the '60s indigenous languages were often prohibited on school grounds:
I'm of European ancestry that is outside the 2 'founding cultures', no funding for my culture(s).... Seeing how that I have also been indoctrinated by the French/English system, does that mean I have been subjugated to this terrible form of cultural genocide?
Who can I talk to in launching my lawsuit?