Jordan Abel wants you to know that you don't have to read his new book if you're not ready. "It's a book about intergenerational trauma, Indigenous dispossession and the afterlife of residential schools. "I really hope that the people who need this kind of book find their way to it." The first page of Abel's Nishga shows text and images silhouetted in the book's title. The cover Abel's new book, Nishga, an autobiographical account of intergenerational trauma.
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