Oshkaabewis kwe/woman helper, Tracey Whiteye, presents The Impact of Residential Schools – the story of a second-generation residential school Survivor, an Indigenous woman who fought to regain her culture and her language through the healing of Indigenous ways of knowing. Tracey is Makwa Dodem, Bear Clan, whose spirit name is ‘Polar Bear Woman Who is Looking Ahead from the Water’. She is Lenaapeew/ Anishinaabe kwe and comes from the Elunaapeewii Lahkeewiit First Nation, known as Delaware Nation of the Thames. Tracey has led many KAIROS Blanket Exercises and is currently a Master of Social Work candidate, has led numerous workshops, and teaches at the Anishnaabek Education Institute within the Social Service Worker, the
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