|Title||Aboriginal Peoples, Justice and the Law|
|Created by:||Murray Sinclair|
|Description:||Article from 1993 Conference proceedings, discussing cultural conflicts inherent in the justice system and suggesting "not only must we undertake reforms to the exiting system ... reforms that allow and empower Aboriginal people."
Excerpt from Continuing Poundmaker & Riel's Quest: Presentations Made at a Conference on Aboriginal Peoples and Justice compiled by Richard Gosse, James Youngblood Henderson, Roger Carter.
|Credit:||Digitizing courtesy of Indigenous Studies Portal, University of Saskatchewan scanned from original Purich Publishing|
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|Names:||Henderson, Sakej [Find offline items]