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A FUNDRAISING EFFORT FOR THE

Walk for Trauma

in partnership with Lakehead University social justice program students

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On April 30th, 2021, students from Lakehead University took on a 20km hike in beautiful Thunder Bay, ON to raise awareness about trauma and to fundraise for UGTS' trauma informed therapy programs.

Thank you to EVERYONE who took part, volunteered and donated.  

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Joseph

Duncan

Hi, I'm Joseph Duncan, an Indigenous person from muskrat dam first nation, completing my master's degree in the social justice program at Lakehead University I certainly love to ice climb in the Thunder Bay area and Alberta and British Columbia. My true passion is hiking, so much, I hiked 900 miles on the Appalachian Trail in 2019. The best hiking trail in the world is the Pacific Crest Trail. In 2017 I completed my long journey hiking 2,650 miles on pacific crest trail, alleviating my trauma

Jennifer

Chapman

Jennifer Chapman, Indigenous from Sachigo Lake FN in Northwestern Ontario. I am a student in the social justice program. I was drawn to social justice because I wanted to help make change but I needed to become more aware of the issues. "Change through compassion" I believe that because only genuine heartfelt compassion can bring about change. ⁠

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