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Unrepentant

Unrepentant

Kevin Annett's story is a David/Goliath epic of one man's fight against the establishment of church and state in support of a subjugated people.

Unrepentant

Kevin Annett's story is a David/Goliath epic of one man's fight against the establishment of church and state in support of a subjugated people.

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Jan 28, 2011
978-1-84694-405-5

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Native americans, Social issues

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In 1992 Kevin Annett an ordained minister with the United Church of Canada in Port Alberni on British Columbia's Vancouver Island a logging town half populated with native Indians, discovered a history of abuse and atrocities ranging from torture sodomy and rape to murder suggesting genocide among the native children in the church's residential school which had taken place for more than a century. It later was revealed that such was the case in more than 140 schools run by the major churches with the complicity of the Canadian government. Refusing to remain silent he was defrocked by his Presbytery. For 15 years he has conducted a one man campaign for justice and the revision of colonial laws for a race of subjugated people.

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