A Healing Lodge in British Columbia
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In this proposal for a healing lodge in British Columbia, the writer maintains that Aboriginal women in British Columbia are marginalized and disadvantaged, and this is reflected in the relevant socio-economic indices. The writer discusses that these women face a disproportionate amount of challenges, including single parenthood, under-education, forced prostitution, racism, depression, substance abuse, fetal alcohol syndrome disorder, and abuse. Moreover, once these women enter the correctional system, there is a lack of rehabilitative programs to cater to their needs.
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