Indigenous rights with a twist, a settler claims privilege

Walkers for Indigenous rights encounter a settler claiming his are more important. Really?
Pilgrim walkers, early morning at Anglican church in Ashton. Dennis Gruending photo

My wife Martha and I joined walkers in May for the final three days of a Pilgrimage for Indigenous Rights, a 600-kilometre trek from Kitchener, Ontario to Ottawa. The walkers encountered warm support from individuals and churches along the route but a few of us received one bit of push back from a middle-aged settler, a reminder of the task ahead if reconciliation is to occur.  Continue reading Indigenous rights with a twist, a settler claims privilege