Colonization isn’t always a new topic for children of immigrants whose parents came from countries that were colonized. Still, many children of immigrants are navigating the guilt and responsibility that comes with living on stolen land and making a home in a country that has displaced Indigenous Peoples from theirs. In this episode, host Karina Zapata speaks with Coralia Sevilla from Calgary, Alberta, Gabby Aquino from Scarborough, Ontario and Jessica Pacunayen from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. We discuss how learning about Indigenous history and culture has been pivotal in helping them understand how colonization impacted their home lands and their people, as children of immigrants.
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