First Nations Chief Accused of Bullying Staff Calls Outside Probe of Her Workplace Conduct 'Colonial'Chris Menahan
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A new form of colonialism just dropped.
From CBC, "AFN national chief calls outside probe of her workplace conduct 'colonial' and 'confrontational'":
Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald claims the workplace misconduct investigation probing her treatment of staff is following a "colonial path" because its non-Indigenous investigators could "demonize" Indigenous cultural practices.Showing up on time, working hard, objectivity, not bullying your staff -- these are all oppressive elements of "white colonialism" and "white culture."
Chief Archibald has every right to bully and harass her staff so long as it's in keeping with her culture!
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