In the remote Canadian city of Iqaluit, survivors confront – and forgive – an abusive church legacy.
Brandi Morin is a French/Cree/Iroquois journalist from Treaty 6 in Alberta, Canada. She is passionate about showcasing stories of injustice, human rig... hts, environment, culture, tradition and resilience from an indigenous viewpoint.
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