Activism, A Call to Action and Butterflies: A Conversation with Lorelei Williams

The following is a piece written by Unsinkable’s Jody Carrow from her interview with Lorelei Williams   I had the privilege to interview Lorelei Williams, one of the most visible and tireless activists for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG) in Canada, and increasingly around the world. Lorelei took my call from the […]

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Sun Dancing

Sun Dance Cold and black begin to crack Like the shell of a hatching bird Slowly from its dormant state The gallant light is spurred Urging night and moisture flight To seek another land Cautious warmth beams While raising victorious hand Glowing calls and silence falls People stop to hear Since Time is shifting seasons […]

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Facing Stigma and Recovery Alone as A Child

Maria Estrada embodies the spirit of hope and help that Unsinkable is all about. Since childhood, Maria has faced serious mental health challenges, challenges that resulted in self-harm, multiple suicide attempts, and addiction. When she first took the reins of her mental health at the age of 12, she also took that first critical step […]

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