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Area of Expertise: Education

"Survivors never had a space like this in the past where they're able to come together to discuss their shared experiences, differences, and how they would like to move forward in their healing journey."

Conrad Prince is an Anishinabe, a member of Sagkeeng First Nation (Treaty #1) in Manitoba and is an adoptee and survivor of the Sixties Scoop. He is trained in Criminology and Sociology has worked over a decade in the Indigenous health research field focusing on community-led participatory action research.