Support to First Nations, Inuits and Métis children

In collaboration with the Activist Club at Ecole St Paul School, Mandla’s Foundation is commemorating the lives of children victims of the residential school system.

In fact, Tens of thousands of First Nations, Inuit and Metis children were forcibly enrolled in these Catholic schools all over the country from late in the 19th century until the 1990s, separated from their families and their cultures.

Thousands died at the schools, and many were subjected to physical and sexual abuse, according to an investigative commission that concluded the Canadian government engaged in “cultural genocide.”

The Social Activism Club at Ecole St Paul in Fort McMurray collected 215 shoes donated to honour the 215 children found in mass grave in Kamloops, British Columbia In honour of Mandla !!!

How amazing that she is still so present in people’s minds!

She continues to shine on and to touch the hearts….

Keep on inspiring Mandla…❤️

Our heart hurts for the 215 children and their families… What a tragedy!


Thanks to ESP…

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