‘I will continue to talk’ says Coast Salish Elder and residential ‘school’ survivor Raymond Tony Charlie

This article discusses the abuses and ongoing impacts of Canada’s residential “school” system. Please take care and reach out if you need support. The Indian Residential School Survivors Society crisis line is available any time at 1-800-721-0066. Seventy-one-year-old Coast Salish Elder Raymond Tony Charlie would sit alone in the early hours of the morning to …

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