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    They called Me Number One

    Beautifully written. Let's me understand my Mom & family better. Sad that some are stuck in their addictions, trying to self-medicate their lives & living with the horrible memories of that place & the terror of being children - 2nd or 3rd generation products of a fractured people. I am glad I am working on myself...slowly changing the programming.

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    They Called Me Number One

    Most of the information in this memoir was second hand and not very revealing. I did not get much insight into the residential schools from this work.

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