How an Indigenous Man’s Murder Forced a Community To Confront Racism – Front Burner – podcast

How an Indigenous Man’s Murder Forced a Community To Confront Racism

Connie Walker | Front Burner

2019-11-13

Kristian Ayoungman, from Siksika First Nation in Southern Alberta, was shot and killed on a rural highway in March. CBC investigative journalist Connie Walker travelled to meet with the young man’s friends and family, as well as the leaders of the two communities he straddled. As she tells host Jaime Poisson, what she found was unexpected. Connie also reflects on her time at the CBC covering Indigenous communities across the country.

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