Names erased: How Indigenous people are reclaiming what was lost

This week, Unreserved is celebrating Indigenous names for places and people — and grappling with Canada's record of erasing those histories.

Ts'msyen and Dene lawyer Christina Gray argues that using traditional place names is a way to remind us of Indigenous peoples' authority over the land. She'll explain what the Yellowhead Institute found in their report, "Reclaiming Indigenous Place Names."


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