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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 own teachers, ministers, and interpreters. Instead, students were regularly forced to renounce their cultures and languages and some were subjected to degradations and abuses that left severe emotional scars for generations.

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