The Good, the Bad and the Innocent: The Tragic Reality Behind Residential Schools, an Albert Etzerza Story

The Good, the Bad and the Innocent: The Tragic Reality Behind Residential Schools, an Albert Etzerza Story

The Good, the Bad and the Innocent: The Tragic Reality Behind Residential Schools, an Albert Etzerza Story

The Good, the Bad and the Innocent: The Tragic Reality Behind Residential Schools, an Albert Etzerza Story

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Overview

This book is about the life and struggle of a residential school survivor.

Residential schools were not an experience anyone would want to go through. In this book you will get to read the story of one Native out of thousands at residential schools who overcame a hard life and racist times, who always got things done his own way, and from day one had to work hard.

A system that was made to help and show love was not only the opposite, but no human should have to go through what he did. He stood up and others followed. He was the first Native to take the Church and government to court for the schools.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780228841784
Publisher: Tellwell Talent
Publication date: 12/22/2020
Pages: 118
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.28(d)

About the Author

We, the Etzerza boys, are proud to have a father like Albert Etzerza. He showed me how to keep going and how not to give up. My dad was a residential school survivor, and a father of five boys who all finished school. We learned from him, and he always wanted to give us more than he ever got. This book will show you what he went through and how he made it his disability. Nothing was keeping him down.
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