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    Empowering

    I'm a white Canadian, I have many Indigenous friends, the story is a painful one that aches my heart as it should everyone who reads this story. I am not proud of our dark history, the story is still so very relevant today as we see First Nations still suppressed under the white regime. Without Indigenous culture Canada has no identity, everyone should read this and listen to the heart rendering words and music of Gord Downie that coincide with the book. Embrace, hurt and be part of the reconciliation.
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    Absolutely heart wrenching

    With due respect to Boyden's "Wenjack" which is an excellent novella, this is a great example of how graphic novels can tell certain stories and convey much more emotion than their non-graphic counterparts.
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