Weeping Goes Unheard - based on historical records of native atrocities

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Across Centuries

Lucia Mann

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A historical record attesting to the heartless and brutal atrocities of Canada's Indigenous people.



Short Summary

Weeping Goes Unheard educates and highlights those unfamiliar with Canada's shady history in its treatment of native people. This comprehensive narrative presents their heartbreak and how they endeavored, failed, tried, again, and again to live together peacefully and equally with non-indigenous.



Based on a True Story


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Meaningful Message

Mature Audience Themes

Extreme Violence

Main Character Details

Name: Aboriginal

Age: early to old age

Gender: Other

Role: Emotional

Key Traits: Heroic,Underdog

Additional Character Details

Name: too many to describe

Age: all ages

Gender: Other

Role: Emotional

Key Traits: Underdog

Additional Character Details

Name: many characters

Age: different ages

Gender: Male

Role: emotional

Key Traits: Heroic

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About The Author

Lucia Mann, humanitarian, and activist, was born in British colonial South Africa in the wake of World War 11. She now resided in British Columbia, Canada. After retiring from freelance journalism in 1998, she wrote a four-book African series to give voice to those who have suffered and are suffering brutalities and captivity. Weeping Goes Unheard is her wight book that exposes accounts of both personal and social injustice.

Target Audiences

Age: 18-34

Target Gender: Universal

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: with a Publisher

Publisher: Centre Pointe Media.

Year Published: 2021

Hard Copy Available