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    A must read!

    Incredible and insightful read. Thank you for sharing your struggles and your learnings so earnestly. Meegweetch.
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    Gut wrenching

    Reading this book brought home in unforgettable terms the reality of government approved genocide and the importance of the fight against racism. The lessons learned I'll help me on my own journey on the Red Road.
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    Read and learn.

    I cried. As a mother my heart went out to the children that had to suffer, and for our children today who still suffer the effects of this horrific period our government's disrespect of an entire culture. Ed conveys in a straight forward, honest reflection of the feelings and fears that drove his actions. Every Canadian should read this book.
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    Up Ghost River

    Amazing...learned so much....what our Indigenous People went through. Survivors. Canadians should have to read this.
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    Up Ghost River

    Very informative, if not disturbing account of the life of the author whom attended Government Catholic schooling for aboriginals and his road to healing from the abuse by caretakers.
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