ABORIGINAL WOMEN: OPENING THE FUTURE TO ORGANIZE
April 27, 2021 – Educational
In my Master of Arts studies, I chose to return to the Piikani Nation to focus on my thesis and my daughter in her early years. I found myself surrounded by piles and piles of research and information. I began putting the pieces together like a puzzle. At that time, there were no terms like MMIWG to resort to. When my puzzle was complete, no one was ready to hear my findings on Native women. It took an extra year for me to fight for the right to hold my head up high and walk across the stage. That I did! And I did hold my head up high!