Robert Kakakaway attended Marieval Indian Residential School for six torturous years. His powerful memoir is more than just a glimpse, so prepare yourself, as you witness his daily experiences and the hardships he faced inside the prison walls of this notorious residential school. Sadly, his story is a common theme in most residential schools: it was wrong to be an Indian. Robert had a very happy childhood, until he was six, when his life changed for the worse. Most children have no concept of Hell, Robert found it, Robert experienced it. The happy times became memories, replaced by loneliness, fear and abuse. Robert endured the bullies, and lived each day in fear of being punished for something he did, or did not do. As he learned a different way of life, his parents became strangers. The great outdoors he knew as a child, replaced by foreign teachings from the Bible.
Indians of North America -- Canada -- Social conditions.
Indians, Treatment of -- Canada.
Indigenous peoples -- Canada -- Biography.
Indigenous peoples -- Canada -- Residential schools.
Indigenous peoples -- Education -- Canada.
Native peoples -- Canada -- History.
Native peoples -- Canada -- Social conditions.
Off-reservation boarding schools -- Canada.