Self-defense course hoping to make Regina a little safer for women

Larissa Burnouf
APTN National News
Regina grappler trying to make Regina streets safer for Indigenous women by teaching them to defend themselves.

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5 thoughts on “Self-defense course hoping to make Regina a little safer for women

  1. Why is it that we have to only help the indigenous people to protect themselves. None-indigenous women are also in danger on the streets of our city. This training should be available to all women who are interested in this type of training..

    1. All women are able to participate in self defence classes. If you are interested, you can look up when and where classes are being provided.

    2. The issue you raise may be true, but no one in this video or making this video has done or said anything to elicit such a response. It’s a video about training women to defend themselves. Obviously it is applicable to all women.

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