Speaking Our Truth

Speaking Our Truth

A Journey Of Reconciliation

Book - 2017
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"This nonfiction book examines how we can foster reconciliation with Indigenous people at individual, family, community and national levels"--
Publisher: Victoria, British Columbia :, Orca Book Publishers,, 2017
ISBN: 9781459815834
1459815831
Branch Call Number: J971.00497 Gray Smith
Characteristics: 159 pages :,illustrations, color map ;,24 cm

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seanmcavoy
Apr 25, 2018

Why with only one positive comment does this book have such a low rating?

vpl_childrens Feb 15, 2018

Monique Gray Smith explores the topic of the residential school system, its impacts, and paths to allyship and reconciliation in this approachable book for all children. Smith grounds her work with context, but keeps interest with photos and illustrations, along with text boxes to explain complex terms and ideas, and gives the topic a human face with stories of adults and children who have been affected by the residential school system in a variety of ways.

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