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Denmark's Inuit Experiment

Inuit children sent from Greenland to Denmark for re-education; the Six Day War between Israel and its Arab neighbours; and the death of the charismatic academic Walter Rodney.

The Inuit children who were sent from Greenland to Denmark to be re-educated as 'little Danes' in 1951; plus the Six Day War between Israel and its Arab neighbours; the death of the charismatic academic Walter Rodney; a refugee boat tragedy in 1988; and the Women's Institute at 100.

(Photo: Helene Thiesen as a child, courtesy of H. Thiesen)

50 minutes

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Sun 14 Jun 2015 19:05GMT

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