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Residential School, Claire Bourque

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This post is part of the Living Healing Quilt Project that honours the strength, courage, and commitment of Indian Residential School Survivors. This quilt block is from Quilt 1 – Schools of Shame.

I am a residential school survivor. My meaning for this quilt square is to keep families together and strong after the trauma everyone feels from the results of residential schools. I feel the roots are the strength from Mother, Father and Child.

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This post was published on November 27th, 2008. Post topics: Special Features. Post tags: .

One Response to “Residential School, Claire Bourque”

  1. Geraldine Leavitt says:

    Are you Claire Bourque and is your dob July 14, 1961

    I have something to ask you and I’d appreciate a response either way.

    Thank You

    Geraldine Leavitt

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