Residential schools and the emotional, mental, spiritual and physical traumas inflicted on indigenous peoples

  • Title: Residential schools and the emotional, mental, spiritual and physical traumas inflicted on indigenous peoples
    Author: Kanagasuriam, Selina; Cayre Maglanoc, Kristee; Warfa, Hamdi; Abdinoor, Meimuna
    Year: 2019
    Faculty Advisor: Dawson, Leslie
    Keyword(s): residential schools, child abuse, indigenous peoples
    Description: This digital story focuses on highlighting the trauma that the Indigenous communities endured during their time in the residential school system and following it. Indigenous peoples put emphasis on the holistic approach when it comes to aspects such as healing, education, etc. In this story, the holistic approach was also utilized to bring to light the painful truths of Indigenous suffering, by focusing mainly on the mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional wounds Indigenous peoples faced and continue to face even today.
    Notes: Presented on April 23, 2019 at Student Research Day held at MacEwan University in Edmonton, Alberta.
    Peer Reviewed: No
    Type of Item: Undergraduate Presentations
    Language: English
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