Gehl V Canada  


Gehl V Canada
September 18, 2021 | 288 pages
ISBN: 9780889778252

How the Gehl decision advanced indigenous rights in Canada A follow-up to her successful Claiming Anishinaabe, Lynn Gehl's latest book, Gehl v Canada, is the documentation of the Indigenous woman's 34-year fight to change Canada's Indian Act regarding unknown and unstated paternity, a harmful, colonial policy that has adversely affected generations of Indigenous women. It is also the celebration of Gehl's tenacious, brave advocacy for Indigenous women and children in the face of colonial oppression.