A Canada Day reckoning as Indian Residential School properties become crime scenes with the (re)-discovery of unmarked graves of Indigenous children. We are joined by TYLER SHIPLEY to discuss Canada’s first foreign policy – its genocide of the Indigenous nations in the path of capitalist settlement.
Tyler Shipley is the author of Canada in the World: Settler capitalism and the colonial imagination.
This broadcast is a co-production of The Brief Podcast and The Anti-Empire Project. Production by Pierre Loiselle and music by Greg Wilson.
Settler Canada (special broadcast)
Date: 29 June 2021 | Length: 59:58
Shipley. Canada in the World: Settler Capitalism and the Colonial Imagination (Fernwood 2020)
Daschuk. Clearing the Plains: Disease, politics of starvation, and the loss of Indigenous life. (Univ of Regina Press 2013)
PowWow at Duck Lake (National Film Board 1967)