Living Out Loud | Jan 11, 2013 | 27:28

In search of refuge Part 2

Mathilde Mkesharugo came to Canada after the horrors of Rwanda's genocide. Life has been tough, but throughout it all she had a dream; to go to a University. In Quebec 70% of abused women won't leave the family home if they can't take their pets with them. Nicole Messier opened her own home as a temporary refuge for dogs, cats, birds, fish, even snakes, in order for women to find safety. In his small apartment in Vancouver a young man seeks refuge from noisy neighbours and police sirens.

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Living Out Loud - In search of refuge Part 2Jan 11, 2013 | 27:28Living Out Loud In search of refuge Part 2 Audio
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