A 5-minute video interview with Dr. Bruce Clark.
"This video segment captures Dr. Bruce Clark’s riveting and historically
correct account of Canada’s genocide of the Aboriginal Peoples.
state’s systematic and total destruction of peoples, food sources,
economic base, family ties, and culture -- facilitated by a legal
structure, technology, and institutionalized child theft -- may be
unprecedented in human history.
Dr. Clark is an expert on
aboriginal rights jurisprudence and was a dedicated advocate for
aboriginal land rights in Canada. He represented Gustafsen Lake Faith
Keepers at the Gustafsen Lake Standoff in 1995 near Shuswap, BC. From
defender of Aboriginal rights before Canadian and international courts
to being jailed and disbarred for advancing legal arguments, Dr. Clark's
struggle is itself a mirror of Canada’s genocidal crimes.
The high-definition version of the full one-hour video interview is on the film maker's channel: https://youtu.be/lp97_pKafC0
Dr. Bruce Clark: Aboriginal rights lawyer
Denis Rancourt: Interviewer, for the Ontario Civil Liberties Association (OCLA)
Produced by the OCLA (http://ocla.ca/)
Filmmaker: Peter Biesterfeld
About the Ontario Civil Liberties Association:
Ontario Civil Liberties Association (OCLA) defends civil liberties at a
time when fundamental freedoms are being eroded in all spheres of
social life. OCLA opposes institutional policies and decisions that
deprive individuals of their personal liberty or exclude individuals
from participation in the democratic functions of society.
Articles by Dr. Bruce Clark published on Dissident Voice: