A First Nations Perspective
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"I'm a First Nations child, named Tommy, living on a reserve. and I have a few questions to ask about immigration. First one being, why does the government put so much money into taking people from other countries, when they could be putting the money into helping us?"
"Why do they spend money on immigrants when they could be spending money on our education system. Or the supplies in our school."
"The government needs to slow down the intake of immigrants, until we First Nations get some upgrades to our reserves. I still think that we should take in refugees, because they're escaping from some pretty bad places."
"First and what I Tommy think is the most important, is education, we need to upgrade the First Nations reserves education system. Why? you may ask, well because without education than we can't contribute to society, and if we can not do that than we can never live normal lives. Lives without pain and hunger."
"Not only will we be able to live normal healthy lives, but we will be able to finally contribute to society without being judged or affected by our ethnicity. We will be able to help improve the economy as-well and maybe even help our own reserves with our new found knowledge and experience."
"We First Nations people deserve better, because of what the government has put us through in the past, and slowing down immigration to put money towards helping our reserves and mainly our education. We can help contribute back to society and help our economy as-well."
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