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Canada's Apartheid, by John Stackhouse
Stories
Introduction
  Nov. 3

Welcome to Harlem on the Prairies
  Nov. 3 (Saskatoon, SK)

Crystal's choice: The best of both worlds
  Nov. 5 (Mississauga, ON)

How the Mi'kmaq profit from fear
  Nov. 6 (Cape Breton, NS)

The healing power of hockey
  Nov. 7 (The Pas, MB)

Norma Rae of the Okanagan
  Nov. 8 (Westbank, BC)

Comic genius or 'niggers in red face'?
  Nov. 9 (Regina, SK)

Praying for a miracle
  Nov. 10 (Lac Ste. Anne, AB)

To have and to have not
  Nov. 12 (Moosonee, ON)

Trouble in paradise
  Nov. 19 (Tofino, BC)

A cut of the action
  Nov. 26 (Wabigoon, ON)

The young and the restless
  Dec. 3 (Ashern, MB)

The wireless warrior's digital dream
  Dec. 10 (Ottawa,ON)

'Everyone thought we were stupid'
  Dec. 14 (Salluit, QC)

First step: End the segregation
  Dec. 15 (Last in the series)

 

Welcome to Harlem on the Prairies


RELATED STORIES AND LINKS
Saskatoon, SK
Related:
Sentencing bid sparks anger among natives
Wednesday, October 31, 2001

All-white jury to hear case against police accused of dumping native
Tuesday, September 11, 2001

Officers charged in alleged abandonment
Wednesday, April 12, 2000

Inquiry into native-deaths leads to probe of Mounties
Saturday, March 25, 2000

RCMP add 1990 death to Saskatoon police probe
Thursday, February 24, 2000

The Saskatoon Police and the frozen bodies
Thursday, February 17, 2000


Links
Aboriginal multi-media Society

Assembly of First Nations

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations

Government of Saskatchewan - aboriginal topics index

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

Saskatoon Indian & Metis Friendship Centre

Saskatoon Police Aboriginal Liaison

Turtle Island Native Network


THIS STORY AT A GLANCE (Parts 1 to 9 plus related stories and links):


Photo Essay
On the beat


1. Welcome to Harlem on the Prairies
Ride along with Constables Jim Louttits and Dean Hoover as they arrest a regular

2. A city divided
Allegations of rampant police abuse and complaints from the force about the native community

3. To serve and protect
Two Saskatoon police officers find themselves caught between cultures and responsible to both

Reader feedback
Check out what readers had to say about Welcome to Harlem on the Prairies.
4. The Indian's cop and the cowboy
A partnership restricted to work and focused on the task at hand

5. Keeping the peace
At 3 a.m., the shift gets busy

6. The stereotypes of 20th Street
Social agencies fight against the economics of poverty
7. Division among the Chiefs
Some leaders see police as problem, others look to the system
8. Changing the face of Saskatoon's force
Recruiting natives isn't easy - they see police as 'the enemy'
9. Daylight breaks
'Policing by its very nature means force because you're making people comply'

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