Moving Beyond

Understanding the Impacts of Residential School

Brent Stonefish

Canada's residential school system continues to have a great impact on First Nation people and we continue to struggle with the trauma of this legacy. This book looks at the history of the intergenerational impacts from the residential school system.
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The residential school system in Canada continues to have a significant impact on Aboriginal people. We continue to struggle with the trauma of this unwanted legacy.

In this book, we take a look at the history but focus on the intergenerational impacts that exist today from the residential school system. These lasting impacts affect learning, education, and family relations.

"Moving Beyond” highlights positive approaches and paths to healing and promotes the development of healthy individuals, families and communities.

Suggested Reading Level Grade 10-12

LBS Level 5

OALCF Level 3

About the Author

Brent Stonefish is part of the Lenape Nation from Moraviantown in Southwestern Ontario. Brent started off his post-secondary education in 1994 with a Native Studies Diploma, then a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He received his Masters in Environmental Studies degree from York University in 2001.

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