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Political activism on behalf of indigenous women rooted in chief's frightening personal experience - The Globe and Mail

5.1.16

Political activism on behalf of indigenous women rooted in chief's frightening personal experience - The Globe and Mail: Frightened, she ran away from him, and it was just then that a car pulled up. The driver rolled down his window and asked if the man was bothering her. She jumped in the car and felt relief. But as the car sped down Portage Avenue, it dawned on Ms. North Wilson that, in her haste, she had traded one dangerous situation for another.

The driver turned to her and said, “Don’t be alarmed. I’m from Alberta and you’re in a stolen car.” She contemplated rolling out of the moving vehicle, but instead asked the man to take her to the home where she was billeting. After they pulled up and she refused to let him stay overnight, he told her: “Well, then, I’m going to need something for the ride.” He unbuckled his seat belt and planted a kiss on her. Ms. North Wilson fled the car, shaken.


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