Every May 26, Australia has a National Sorry Day to remember the forcible removal of Aboriginal children from their homes. Why not a day of sorrow and acknowledgment for those that have suffered past racist and discriminatory actions for the sake of our national interest?
Mitch Miyagawa is a writer and educator in Whitehorse, Yukon, with a passion for diversity issues and conscious communication. A Sorry State was originally an award-winning essay in Walrus Magazine, and is now his first film.
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