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    Insightful, honourable and heartbreaking.

    We all bring the past forward with each new generation. Mr Kinew expresses this with his amazing descriptions of the growth and change within traditions, nations and familial relationships. All with amazing hope for the future.
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    The reason we walk

    This book is a must read for everyone. You will through the eyes of a family gain a richer understanding of how residential schools damaged individuals, families and communities. You will then be pulled and pushed to understand your role in truth and reconciliation. All of which will occur without you feeling blamed. I will be buying this book for others. that's it
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    The Reason you walk

    I loved this book. I think this book should be requred reading for all high school students i Canada. I am a proud Canadian but i am ashamed of our histoy and continued msteatment of our i digenous peoples. Reading this book helped give me a more indepth understanding of our i digenous brothers and sisters cultre and religion. I would like to have opportunity to engage in conversation with indigenous people in my commjnity, where does one begin?
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    The reason you walk

    A good read and good insights thanks good tool for everyone to read to understand the reconcilliation process,
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    The Reason You Walk by Wab Kinew

    This is a warm walk through his father's life, his own, and community in the broader sense. This is required reading for those of who are interested in True Reconciliation. There is hope.
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