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Summary for the Living Healing Quilt Project

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time Here’s a summary of all the quilt blocks for the Living Healing Quilt Project.

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Posted: January 26th, 2009  

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Marie and Linda David Cree

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 3 – Child Prisoners. This picture represents our grandfather (Raksotha) Kaheroton Daniel Peter Nicholas who was […]

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Posted: January 25th, 2009  

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Joanne Daniels

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 3 – Child Prisoners. The eagle represents freedom and sees very far. The feather gives us […]

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Posted: January 24th, 2009  

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Julie Ouellette

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 3 – Child Prisoners. I know that Inukshook is not in my teaching. I’m Oneida, but […]

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Posted: January 23rd, 2009  

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Anishinaabe-kwe’s Resilience, Shirley Ida Williams

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 3 – Child Prisoners. By: Shirley Ida Williams nee Pheasant This is my story of how […]

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Posted: January 22nd, 2009  

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Inter-generational Survivor, Kimberley Dunstan

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 3 – Child Prisoners. My name is Kimberley Dunstan, I am Nlakapamux from Lytton British Columbia. […]

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Posted: January 21st, 2009  

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Trudy Spiller

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 3 – Child Prisoners. This square was quilted by Lugaganowals (Trudy Spiller). I am Gitxsan in […]

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Posted: January 20th, 2009  

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Moneca Sinclaire

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 3 – Child Prisoners. My colonial name is Moneca Sinclaire and I was raised as a […]

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Posted: January 18th, 2009  

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Christina Buckshot, My Quilt Square

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. Photo L to R: Dominic, Madeleine (Pashquod), Marcel, Evelyn, Elizabeth (Zabed), […]

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Posted: December 28th, 2008  

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Susan Besson

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. I found my strength and healing within Mother Earth and the […]

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Posted: December 27th, 2008  

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Grace Sewards

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. In Remembrance of the survivors of Residential School & for those […]

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Posted: December 21st, 2008  

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Domestic Diva, Marion McGregor

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. Mrs. Marion McGregor ~ Whitefish River First Nation, Birch Island, ON […]

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Posted: December 20th, 2008  

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Rainbow Woman, Kimberly Morrisseau

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. The apology had an unexpected effect on me. I remember a […]

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Posted: December 19th, 2008  

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Jesus Loves Me, Brenda Henderson

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. As a small child sent to the Indian Residential School at […]

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Posted: December 17th, 2008  

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Mandi

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. Throughout my life, I’ve always been taught to love and respect […]

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Posted: December 15th, 2008  

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Sheila Howe

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. There were very few who Survived our residential school system. But […]

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Posted: December 12th, 2008  

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Candace Neumann

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. The patch represents 3 stages. The first part (top) is symbolic […]

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Posted: December 12th, 2008  

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Shirley Bart

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. Dancers celebrate the spiritual life.

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Posted: December 11th, 2008  

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Joanne Debassige, M’Chigeeng, Ontario

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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 2 – Crimes Against Humanity. I saw this ad and right away I thought of an […]

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Posted: December 10th, 2008  

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Cindy Peltier, Wikwemikong

Living Healing Quilt ProjectPromoting Healing – One Stitch at a Time 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. My square represents Turtle Island because residential schools not only affected […]

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Posted: December 6th, 2008  

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