Nicole speaks with Gloria Larocque, who is from the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation in northern Alberta and is currently completing her final year at UBC with a First Nations Degree. Gloria is one of the organizers of the annual Indigenous Women's Day in BC, and a member of the KETA society: www.keta.ca. She speaks about Indigenous Women's Day, A CD called Colours of My Life that is dedicated to love for the missing and murdered Aboriginal women of Canada, and issues facing Indigenous women today.
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Interview with Gloria Larocque, organizer of the annual Indigenous Women's Day
July 20, 2009