March 25, 2019

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New era of First Nations civil rights ushered in 50 years ago in Kenora

Fred Kelly Sr. said the Kenora marches had a transformative effect on First Nations people in 1965. "I saw my people walk down the street with a new gait, a bounce in their step, and I noticed it immediately."

MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Fred Kelly Sr. said the Kenora marches had a transformative effect on First Nations people in 1965. "I saw my people walk down the street with a new gait, a bounce in their step, and I noticed it immediately."

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