Cover art for leading article

Non-Indigenous People Have

to Be Good Allies. 

The article talks about how we can help indigenous peoples.

The illustration depicts a girl in the form of a residential school, who is breaking out of the cocoon of a forced culture. Elements of the national costume that show a return to the original identity help break this cocoon. This is always a personal war, but there are also external discriminatory signs that we can help to fight.

 

The boy on the right, as a symbol of the state with elements of the Canadian Parliament building, cuts the cage of restrictions, climbing the speaking ladder to the level of silence.

A girl with wings-ears (the ability to listen is a force in this problem) lines the path of maple leaves in indigenous colors that suit these leaves very well.