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Canada’s Residential School Legacy

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“The most notorious of the supervisors molested countless boys. It was sexually very depraving.”

For more than 100 years, thousands of Indigenous children died while in Canada’s residential school system. Pacheedaht Elder Bill Jones survived, but he, like many others, experienced years of beatings and sexual abuse. The scandal has finally brought the Indigenous rights struggle into focus, none more so than at Fairy Creek, an area of forest on First Nations land that protesters are desperately trying to prevent from falling into the hands of logging companies.

“If we save and when we save Fairy Creek, this world will start saving its soul.”