ON SATURDAY, April 13, 2013, I chatted with Shelagh Rogers about the work of truth and reconciliation, books, and her years at the CBC. An excerpt of this discussion appears in The Roundtable episode 38. Here, for your enjoyment, is the entire interview.
2 thoughts on “An Interview with Shelagh Rogers”
Interesting hearing Shelagh Rogers. She has inspired me to try to use my hundred note books about my anger and pain of years in indian residential school, into a novel.
It’s taken years of counselling to once again realize I am worthy.
I was so proud of being Mohawk until I landed there at age 8.
I have regained myself. I am now 68 once again proud to be Mohawk.
Thanks for being there Wayne. I want my own podcast. oodcast