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Interview with Gloria Larocque, organizer of the annual Indigenous Women's Day

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: 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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