84-year-old survivor of Kamloops residential school: 'There was rumours of a graveyard' 1

84-year-old survivor of Kamloops residential school: ‘There was rumours of a graveyard’

 

Former Kamloops Residential School student Emma Baker reflects on the time she spent at the facility after a mass grave was uncovered.

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36 comments

  1. Disclosure!! Exposure!! Nothing stays hidden forever, all things done in darkness must come to light, all things done in darkness shall come to light.

  2. Should check the remaining over 100 residential school. I am not surprised if there are more human remains around those residential school

  3. No political event or circumstance can be evaluated without the knowledge of The Vatican’s ( JESUIT) part in it. And no significant world situation exists in which The Vatican does not play an important explicit or implicit role.”

    ~Edmond Paris, the Vatican against Europe (Springfield, Missouri: Ozark Book Publisher, 1993), p. 308

    1. @Name Name I agree. All the money that goes to religions should be put to better use, than to line the pockets of rich elitist child molesters and terrorists.

  4. I grew up in Kamloops, I’m 41, even my Generation heard the Rumors
    Absolutely Disgusting
    A Day of Mourning Should Be Recognized
    This can not be swept under the rug

    1. who is a coward.. The kids who went to school amidst predators and died or the ones that survived ?

    2. @ Sam Sam your point ? Alot of third world countries go through that daily ?
      It’s cowardice or compliance
      Grow up kid .

    3. Government were hoping they weren’t found what do you think?, at the time the parents wouldve been criminally punished if their children weren’t taken, laws were put to oppress them

    1. @some one on the internet
      Group A: purposely create a deadly virus that borderline destroys the planet

      Group B: you should apologize for that

      You: NOOOOOoooOoOOO not words!

    2. The pope made it? Have not heard that one yet.. And sure the virus is bad, but far from destroying the world, maybe your world but not this one.

  5. We should have 1 day a year dedicated to remembering these victims, if it hasn’t already been done..

    1. Orange shirt day, I believe it was today at least at my school it was. It’s a bout remembering residential schools

  6. I hope their is someone around to answer for this massacre, but I bet not, if so I bet they’ll off themselves

  7. This is such a sad story. Beyond apology and stop saying that it didnt happen at ALL residential school. Lets start holding the RC Church accountable!

  8. it’s a real shame that Canada has set up these schools of horrors

    My sincerest sympathies to Indigenous communities across Canada

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