Twenty Years Later and Nothing Has Changed

Twenty years after the Oka Crisis, the Mohawk community in Kanesatake marched up Route 344 on July 11th. People from within and without the province gathered in solidarity with the Mohawks to show their own support.

Gretchen King attended the event and interviewed the people who marched in solidarity. This is a mix of the sounds, interviews, and music from July 11, 2010.

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