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Finding My Talk

How Fourteen Native Women Reclaimed Their Lives After Residential School
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"When residential schools opened in the 1830s, First Nations envisioned their children learning in a nurturing environment, staffed with their own teachers, ministers, and interpreters. Instead, students were taught by outsiders, regularly forced to renounce their cultures and languages, and some were subjected to…

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