The Good, The Bad, and The Innocent

The Tragic Reality Behind Residential Schools, An Albert Etzerza Story

In 1951, Albert Etzerza, 6-years-old at the time, was taken from his mother’s home to go to school, they had no choice and there for was taken out of the home to show the natives how to live, eat, talk, and act.
They had set times for everything. Bed time, clean up, and pray. You could not talk your native tongue.


Albert Etzerza finish school even though they sent him back (even though his passed) one year. Albert saw a lot and also went though a lot.

He was the first native out of 7 to take the government to court for the wrong doing they did to the native across the world. nothing was going to stop Albert from seeing what needed to be done.

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