Sidney's Picks: Hidden Graves and Slow Meat
A memorial to the victims of the Kamloops residential school, GoToVan, Creative Commons.
The Best of the Week’s News:
- Amazon workers are more likely to get hurt on the job. (WaPo)
- Survivors call for action, but a lack of records stalls efforts to identify the Indigenous children found in 215 unmarked graves at a former Canadian residential school. (CBC)
- A whistleblower warned that residential schools were death traps in 1922, but the Canadian government ignored him, so he became an investigative journalist, and the public ignored him, too. (Tyee)
- Trump let meatpackers unsafely accelerate their lines during COVID, now Biden is telling them to slow down. (HuffPo)
- More twists in the Sidney-winning investigation into Florida’s only lead smelter. (TB Times)