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Survivors Call out Pope Francis over the discovery of 215 Indigenous residential school children buried without dignity.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.
OTTAWA, CANADA: JUNE 1, 2021
As a founding member of ECA and a survivor of the notorious St. Anne’s residential school in Canada. Evelyn Korkmaz is calling for an official apology by His Holiness, Pope Francis for the Roman Catholic Church’s role in the genocide of our people, culture, traditions, language and spirituality. Also, to take ownership and responsibility for its role in the recently discovered burial site on the Kamloops Indian Residential School grounds, which is proof of the horrific actions we witnessed as children. How many more burial sites will […]

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Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA) is a new effort that began in August, 2017, in Washington DC from an idea of Barbara Blaine. She asked, “Can we put together a team of clergy abuse activists from all parts of the world to confront the pope and the Vatican?” “Can we show our unity of purpose and no longer be isolated voices?” A group of activists answered positively and Barbara called it The Accountability Project or TAP. Barbara was planning a TAP meeting in Poland for November, 2017, when she died suddenly in September…

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La pederastia clerical en las Américas, por primera vez será discutida ante la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos.

PARA SU INMEDIATA LIBERACION: NOVEMBER 24, 2020: Boletín de Prensa ECA – Audiencia Temática CIDH. FECHA: December 3, 2020. TIEMPO: 11:00 AM, Washington, D.C. time. DONDE: Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR). (ONLINE) Boletín de Prensa ECA – Audiencia Temática [...]

November 24th, 2020|ECA Blog Posts|0 Comments

St. Anne’s Residential School Survivor outlines comparisons with Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Report

REPORT OF EVELYN KORKMAZ. ST. ANNE’S RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL SURVIVOR. MEMBER OF FORT ALBANY FIRST NATION. MEMBER OF CREE NATION. CANADA. DATED: November 17,2020.   COMMENTS REGARDING VATICAN REPORT ABOUT CARDINAL THEODORE McCARRICK.   Cardinal Theodore McCarrick comparisons to St. Anne’s residential [...]

November 22nd, 2020|ECA Blog Posts|0 Comments

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