News | Jan 16, 2013 | 2:49

Human Library Project: Marlene Pierre, Thunder Bay

Marlene is a member of Fort William First Nation, but she’s always lived in town. She did a lot of work to improve supports for First Nations people in the city. She’s well known as an activist for First Nations women and children in particular. These days she focuses on her family, and passing on her culture to her grandkids.

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