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Published on Dec 21, 2016
Joan Morris is a Songhees elder who lived on Chatham Island (T’ches) until 1957 when the well went dry. She’s a survivor of the residential schools and has been an advocate for residential school survivors and indian hospital survivors.
Joan shares her memories and takes us on a tour of Chatham island. This film was created as part of the Rising Tides conference in the fall of 2015 by Pacific Peoples’ Partnership.