In the early 19th century in Canada, boarding schools for indigenous children were founded to eradicate indigenous culture, and this by all means. Residents from these repressive institutions were punished for speaking their native languages or observing any indigenous traditions, routinely sexually and physically assaulted, and in some extreme instances subjected to medical experimentation and sterilization.
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