Marjorie Flowers - The Inuit Experience Of Residential Schools
Marjorie Flowers was 13 years old when she was sent to North West River to go to highschool. She lived in residence there for 3 years. And she was allowed to go back home to Makkovik only twice a year. Flowers’ story is a part of an exhibit profiling the Inuit experience of residential school across the North. It’s now in Happy Valley-Goose Bay after visiting Nain and Rigolet. Labrador Morning’s John Gaudi met up with Marjorie Flowers to speak with her about the exhibit.
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