Indigenous Canadians given right to use traditional names on official documents

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As part of a government effort to atone for decades of forced assimilation, indigenous Canadians have been given the right to use their traditional names on official documents. RT speaks to human rights activist Lorelei Williams, who says that the move is only a small step.

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