Today we’ll hear from a former foster youth on how learning about her Indigenous roots could have helped her during her pregnancy. Tune in for a compelling and insightful discussion on empowering Indigenous youth in foster care through cultural connection.
Guests on the show:
Tamar: Former foster youth, mom, member of the Youth Advisory Board at the Reproductive Health Equity Project
Calls To Action: (22:07)
Advocate for Indigenous youth in the medical system (22:35)
Help indigenous locate their ancestry and understand their background (23:28)
Connect them with their community (24:07)
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