Honor of All - Updated Version

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Subject: 
Alcoholism/Community Action
Minutes Long: 
58

The dynamic story of individual and community recovery is told in the words of the people who lived it. Native Indian culture and religion guided the Shuswap people long before the white man’s history in British Columbia began, but by the year 1940, several generations of the Shuswap people had been subjected to the culture breakdown process of residential schools, while being forced to live in the artificial town created around a church building. (2004)

Produced By: 
Nechi Institute
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