[PDF] Flowers on My Grave: How an Ojibwa Boy's Death Helped Break the Silence on Child Abuse By Ruth Teichroeb – Writerscompany.co.uk

Flowers on My Grave: How an Ojibwa Boy's Death Helped Break the Silence on Child Abuse When Lester Desjarlais, A Thirteen Year Old Ojibwa Boy, Took His Own Life In 1989, What Began As A Routine One Day Inquiry Into Yet Another Native Suicide Grew Into A Lengthy, Wide Ranging Scrutiny Of The Child S Community And The Society That Could Not Or Would Not Save Him Flowers On My Grave Is Ruth Teichroeb S Unflinching, Deeply Moving Testament To A Young Boy S Life And A Story That Ultimately Offers Caring And Hope For Change. Having worked in First Nations communities in Manitoba and Ontario, this book resonated very strongly Teichroeb was able to capture the essence of the struggles of many aboriginal children. Flowers on My Grace is a well researched and important book for anyone to read who wants to gain a deeper insight into the problem of child abuse in First Nations communities A reporter for The Winnipeg Free Press, Teichreob s book reads less like a compelling work of nonfiction and as a series of feature stories jaggedly arranged The author s tenacity Very well documented account of the pervasiveness of childhood abuse in a small community and how the unacknowledged agreement to keep silent hurts everyone involved It should be required reading for th


About the Author: Ruth Teichroeb

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