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Tara Beaver uses her public speaking skill to empower others at First Nations youth event

By Joel Dryden

On March 18, the first-ever Aboriginal Youth Explosion was held at Mount Royal University.

It was a showcase for First Nations youth from Calgary and the surrounding area to express themselves through song, art and dance.

One such young woman was 24-year-old Tara Beaver who co-hosted and spoke at the event. She said that the event represented Aboriginal youth desiring a platform to be heard and to explore their identities.

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Source: http://www.calgaryjournal.ca/index.php/our-city/794-young-aboriginal-woman-finds-personal-identity-through-expression


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