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How 14 Canadian Native Women Reclaimed their Lives after Residential School In this book, fourteen aboriginal women who attend residential schools, or were affected by them, reflect on their experiences. Dr. Agnes Grant worked with the Native Teacher Training programs at Brandon University, Manitoba, for thirty years. She travelled extensively in remote and isolated communities, both as an administrator and as a professor. As she listened to the students and community members, she learned of the tremendous effect residential schools have had on members of First Nations and Canadian society in general.
Category:Indigenous Resources Subcategory:Professional/Educator Author:Agnes Grant