Murray Sinclair on His Life, Work & Advocacy

Murray Sinclair on His Life, Work & Advocacy: Warrior Life Podcast

On today’s episode of the Warrior Life Podcast, I got to talk to someone who is one of my heroes: the Honourable Murray Sinclair.

An Anishinaabe lawyer, former judge, and former Senator, Dr. Sinclair has been involved in many reports, inquiries and commissions on issues related to Indigenous peoples.

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Here are links to some of the major reports:

Manitoba Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Inquest

Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of Manitoba

Truth and Reconciliation Commission:

Thunder Bay Police Services Board Investigation:

LINK to the Warrior Life Podcast YouTube (video) version of this video here:

Hi! I’m Dr. Pam Palmater, an Indigenous lawyer, professor, author, content creator and producer. I create educational videos about Indigenous issues and provide critical analysis of state laws, policies and practices that impact Indigenous peoples, and highlight the important work of First Nation (Canada) and Native American (USA) warriors on the frontlines of Native resistance, resurgence and revitalization.

I am a citizen of the Mi’kmaw Nation and a member of Eel River Bar First Nation from Mi’kma’ki (Mi’kmaw territory in New Brunswick, Canada).

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