J. R Miller's Bleeding The Children To Feed The Mother-House

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In the story “Bleeding the Children to Feed the Mother-House’, a history of Native residential schools is talked about and reflected upon. J. R. Miller, the author of the story recounts numerous descriptions from the viewpoints of the children and real life testimonies of those who were affected by the residential schools and how it impacted their lives as children. Food, clothing, and health conditions were all factors that played major parts in the lives of the students of residential schools and how they were treated during their time at these facilities. Treatment of the children was poor and the living conditions they survived in were anything less than acceptable in terms of being treated as dignified human beings. Within this essay

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