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Survivors of Kamloops Indian Residential School share their stories

Mona Jules recalls the Kamloops Indian Residential School sounding like a beehive when she arrived at the age of six in the late 1940s. Being fluent in her own Indigenous language, Jules said she couldn’t understand anyone. “The buzzing and the noise. I just looked form face to face. I couldn’t understand anything,” she said. Leona Thomas remembers her first day, entering that school at the age of six in 1958, and being pried from her brother’s back and split up. On Thursday, July 15, the two wo

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