Education bursary presented to MMIW children survivors
A group of students from Six Nations Polytech and Laurier Brantford presented their first education bursary this week to a survivor of a murdered indigenous woman.
The Pink Feather Society presented Wonda Jamieson with a $1000 education bursary.
Jamieson’s mother, Cynthia was murdered in 2002. Her killer, James Anthony, was found guilty of first degree murder and is in prison serving a life sentence.
The Pink Feather Society was formed to help living survivors of indigenous women who have gone missing or been murdered in Canada, by helping to support their post secondary training.
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