By Meghan Potkins, Calgary Herald
For years, Tara Beaver was tormented by the feeling that her feet were planted in two different worlds.
A childhood spent bouncing between the Morley reserve, where she lives with her full-blooded Sioux mother, and the Cochrane home of her mostly white father, left her feeling confused and alone.
“I am part of both worlds. I grew up in two cultures,” Beaver said. “I was treated white on the reserve, and I’d come to Cochrane and I was treated native, and it was like, who am I?”