Lynn Gehl Challenges Indian Affairs Unfair Policy

In Episode 36, we talk to Lynn Gehl about her journey suing Canada and winning for their colonial Indian registration policy known as unknown or unstated paternity which serves to deny Indian status to thousands of children of First Nation women.

Here is the link to her website where you can check out her two books and read more about this issue and her journey:

I have also written about Indian status, discrimination in Indian status and unstated paternity in my book Beyond Blood: Rethinking Indigenous Identity which can be found here:

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(photo used with express permission of Lynn Gehl, photo credit to Samantha Moss)