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Glen Yearly - Interview both sides

Item is an audio recording of the statement of Glen Yearly to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission about the events, in the two year period of his employment at the Angus Campbell Centre, that led to termination of his position.

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Glen Yearly

Statement of Glen Yearly to the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission about the events, in the two year period of his employment at the Angus Campbell Centre, that led to termination of his position.

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CBC Radio Interview with Black Youth and RISK Rep.

Item is a recording of a CBC radio report on a group called RISK that fights against teenage prostitution. This report deals with two young males, (Michael Ogilvie and Delroy Colburn), who felt they were targeted and discriminated against by members of RISK, because they were two young back males . Linda Smith, a member of RISK, denied these claims.

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Voysey

This item appears to be an recording of a telephone conversation with a person named Voysey or Vaysey on it.

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Miracle Manor

Item is a recording of the testimony of Pastor Marcel Bourassa and Sylvia Horse regarding his mistreatment by the security guards at St. Pauls hospital in Saskatoon. Also additional recordings of Marcel Bourassa preaching to a group of people.

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January 10th, 1973 - Open Line

Item is an audio reel recording of the listener call-in show called "Talk-Back" hosted by Larry Brown. The topic of the show is "are Indians in the position they are in because they are discriminated against, or are they discriminated against because of the position they are in?"

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Waddington-Patrick Enterprise

Item is an audio cassette recording of Rev. S.H. Waddington describing his concerns to H.C. Van Dyck regarding the nature of the complaint/claim levied against him as a result of an article Rev. Waddington had written. The article in question pertained to an examination as whether persons deserve to hold the positions of authority they did. In outlining his concerns, Rev. Waddington questioned the motivation of the person(s) making the complaint, the nature of unsigned/unattributed articles in general, his beliefs on the need for critical thinking of ideas and the value of Christian principles in relationship to government.

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Metro - All-O-Matic TV Commercials

Item is an audio cassette recording of commercials for All-O-Matic Transmission Clinic Ltd. and a recording of Black-Canadians/immigrants recollections of mistreatment.

Side A content begins 1 minute and 7 seconds in to the cassette and consists of the advertisements. Both advertisements are preceded by a high-pitched hum and are thirty seconds in length. The advertisements feature a character named Metro who speaks with a heavy (eastern European) accent.

Side B content is the reminiscences of Black-Canadians which begins 2 minutes and 5 seconds in to this side. There are 10 segments of individuals recounting their experiences with racist and bullying behaviour at school by fellow students and teachers/administrators. Including how they reacted, what effect it had on their development, and on the reaction of authorities. (Not all 10 segments represent different individuals.)

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