Saahiilthit (Gerry) Oleman

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10 février 2009

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Saahiilthit (Gerry) Oleman has worked with the Indian Residential School Survivors Society since 1998.

He is from Seaton Lake and of the Stl,atl,imx Nation. He has been involved as a change agent for First Nations since 1976. His experiences include couselling for community addictions programs, providing leadership politically and administratively for his community and Nation, and worked as an independent consultant.

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director [at] interfaithjustpeace [dot] org

Producer's Name: Interfaith Summer Institute for Justice, Peace and Social Movements

Year of Production: 2008

Country: Canada

Region: British Columbia

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11m 52s

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Indigenous Rights

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