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Mirza Ashar Abbas (3082532)Professor Deborah MyranThe University of WinnipegResidential Schools and Beyond18thJuly 2019Annotated Bibliography Beatings, rapes a reality for children at residential schools. (2015, June 2). Retrieved from -schoolsThis website shares different students and survivor stories which only tells how childrengrew up with troubled teenage life and experienced abuse in various forms. Most importantly, theexperience shared by the survivors explain the negative effects of residential school on their life.Some students shared how they had low self esteem, depression and often anxiety attacks. It isimportant to understand how various different forms of abuse and torture on a child can lead tolife long problems.Borrows, J. (2014). Residential schools, respect, and responsibilities for past harms. TheUniversity of Toronto Law Journal,64(4), 486-504.This journal article focuses on addressing the harmful effects of residential schools on thesurvivors. This article acknowledges challenges faced in this regard in relation to responsibilitiesfor harms suffered by Indigenous peoples in Residential Schools. Recognizing that there are realissues with the scope, cost, fairness, and appropriateness of ways of addressing these harms, thisarticle discusses the role of Indigenous legal and political traditions in discussing this issue.Thisarticle will be useful in the essay when discussing some of the issues faced by aboriginal peoplein the society today.
Carr, T., Chartier, B., & Dadgostari, T. (2017). “i’m not really healed … i’m just bandaged up”: Perceptions of healing among former students of indian residential schools. International Journal of Indigenous Health,12(1), 39-39. doi:10.18357/ijih121201716901 -