“...I am someone with a phD in the area of educational history in Canada, so I knew that most residential school children who died did so—tragically—from disease, like many non-indigenous children a century ago..."
"...Well, a student got upset and went down and talked to a guidance counselor. The guidance counselor mentioned something to somebody in the office, who talked to the principal, who talked to somebody in the school district. That circulated around, I presume, for a little while—but not for too long because within half an hour of my saying disease, and not murder, I was walked out of the classroom—and my career. And I haven’t taught since...”
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