Colonialism and Native Mental Health: Stella Montour

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Stella Montour

First Nations Ojibway activist and psychiatric abuse survivor Stella Montour of Thunder Bay Ontario, Canada talks about colonialism and racism against native people, how they affect mental health, and her work for change.

http://www.cmha-tb.on.ca

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3 comments on “Colonialism and Native Mental Health: Stella Montour

  1. This was an excellent interview done by a very power Aboriginal woman. I would like to see you to an update to discover how she is doing in 2015.

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    1. Good for soul and heart.Thank you for speaking out loud.

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  2. Thanks for speaking out loud. An update would be beautiful to hear. <3

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