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Canadian and US Human Experimentation on Indigenous Peoples / USDA History of Discrimination Lawsuits

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Canadian and US Human Experimentation on Indigenous Peoples / USDA History of Discrimination Lawsuits - In the first hour we have a close look at secret experiments on First Peoples in Canada which denied proper nutrition to an already starving segment of the native population. We further explore the Nuhremberg Code and how governments violate international law in experimenting on humans. Next hour, the USDA has a longstanding policy which excludes ethnic minorities and women from equal access to government farm support. This has led to a series of corrective lawsuits and billions of dollars of compensation. The struggle continues in the courts today. (LIBMP3-3138)

Canadian and US Human Experimentation on Indigenous Peoples / USDA History of Discrimination Lawsuits - In the first hour we have a close look at secret experiments on First Peoples in Canada which denied proper nutrition to an already starving segme
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