This spiritual novel offers a deeper understanding of the old traditions surrounding the lives of the aboriginal Cree people. The book gives a idea of what it was like when those First People had migrated, with the seasons, across the Great Plains.
This story will allow the reader to experience life a village that was deeply hidden within Canada’s boreal forests; the home of Ashenee and her people.
Ashenee Come Home – the novel addresses the issues surrounding missing and murdered aboriginal women.
Canada has a dark past with Indigenous peoples. Native communities have struggled with high rates of assault, abduction, and murder of women. And for all too long their cry has gone unheard. The crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada is both a national tragedy and a shame.
In December 2015 the Canadian Government launched a National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
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