Indigenous women in troubled Winnipeg neighbourhood tell their stories through photographs

Nine women, six of whom are Indigenous, picked up cameras for the first time to share their stories around living in the area

Jesse Andrushko
APTN National News
Point Douglas in Winnipeg’s North End is becoming a focal point for inspiration and hope.

It’s a surprising turn of events for one of the country’s most depressed neighbourhoods in a major Canadian city.

Residents, including six Indigenous women, focused their cameras on a subject they know all too well — their lives and dreams.

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