Violence Against Indigenous Women & Girls with Lori Campbell
Director of the Indigenous Student Centre at the University of Waterloo, Lori Campbell is a child of the Sixties Scoop and an intergenerational survivor of the residential school system in Canada. In this episode, Lori speaks about violence against Indigenous women and girls, while opening up about her childhood and sharing her personal experience as a Two-Spirit woman and a survivor of domestic violence.
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