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I watch documentaries and this one is really powerful..
PBS's; Independent Lens, is one of the better resources for good docs anyway and this one does a great job covering First People's history and the healing being done within their communities..
Intelligent and insightful, it tells a story of struggle and destruction to their family structure, through laws meant for redefining an entire people.
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