University of Windsor Leddy Library Creates Story Map on Missing Children of Indian Residential Schools
I am always on the lookout for innovative ways that libraries have found to create great stories about complex legal or historical issues that have many moving parts.
This one is quite remarkable: the Leddy Library at the University of Windsor has created a site that tells the story of the Missing Children of Indian Residential Schools using maps.
This intereactive visual representation of the residential school locations across Canada uses data from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report to document the experience:
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“The recent discoveries of more than 1,700 unmarked graves at the sites of former residential schools in