I am so proud of all the contributors who worked on the publication.
Randy Bottle, our elder and story teller, you'll be able to hear him tell the story in the traditional blackfoot language on the DVD that comes in the back with the free publication.
My artist Mitchell Poundmaker has been killing it since Nisoo the first of these publications done by USAY, the Urban Society for Aboriginal Youth.
Chris Boulet, a past AYAP participant, added his creativity before he heads off to BC for a degree in Fashion. I managed as well as did all the layout, text and animation for the project. It will be printed by the End of June.
Extra special thanks to the Staff at USAY who make the whole challenge enjoyable:
LeeAnne Ireland, Executive Director
Jessica Hawryluk, Financial Officer
Levi First Charger, Community Outreach Support Worker
If you are interested in obtaining your free copy in the future contact USAY 403.233.8225. or on their website: www.usay.ca.
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