WOMEN WARRIORS: The importance of cultural events for Indigenous adoptees

NNSL- May 29, 2018

I was adopted and grew up in a settler-farming town of 1,000 people in Alberta named Castor. It was strange to know that I was Metis, and I had a younger adopted sister that was treaty and never once did we attend an Indigenous cultural event or celebration in our childhood. Back in the ’80s…

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