We Can't Make the Same Mistake Twice

We Can't Make the Same Mistake Twice

                                We Can't Make the Same Mistake Twice
| 2 h 43 min

The rights of First Nations children take centre stage in this monumental documentary. Following a historic court case filed by the Assembly of First Nations and the Child and Family Caring Society of Canada against the federal government, Alanis Obomsawin exposes generations of injustices endured by First Nations children living on reserves and their families. Through passionate testimony and unwavering conviction, frontline childcare workers and experts including Cindy Blackstock take part in a decade-long court battle to ensure these children receive the same level of care as other Canadian children. Their case against Canada is a stark reminder of the disparities that persist in First Nations communities and the urgent need for justice to be served.

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  • Bia

    Another amazing documentary Alanis.... Once again, Thank you for opening up our eyes !

    Bia, 19 Oct 2017
  • claire

    Heart wrenching and beautiful. I couldn't stop crying. Such real, committed and resilient people, and such a shameful colonial legacy. It's time for justice and love. Thank you!

    claire, 13 Apr 2017
  • cathmccarty

    Please bring this film to North Bay, Ontario and the Union of Ontario Indians is in North Bay also..... they would help

    cathmccarty, 31 Mar 2017
  • RussP

    Very interested in showing this at our church.

    RussP, 17 Mar 2017
  • abribosia

    Ce film est d'un très grand intérêt public. Quand sera-t-il disponible pour visionnement

    abribosia, 12 Mar 2017
  • babylawyer

    I am currently writing a paper on this CHRA case decision and would love to be able to watch this documentary as a further expansion of my familiarity with the topic. Is there a date for release?

    babylawyer, 5 Mar 2017
  • KylieSchibli

    I'm incredibly interested in seeing this documentary and was wondering when it will be available, any idea?

    KylieSchibli, 10 Dec 2016