Survivor of Kamloops B.C. Residential School says she remembers crying out for her parents
Mona Jules, who attended the Kamloops Indian Residential School in B.C. tells part of her story about her time at the school. She says she remembers crying out for her parents in the night and how her father attacked the principal at the school when they found out her 13-year-old sister had died and no doctor had been called in to help.