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by ahnationtalk on July 5, 201937 Views
‘I was able to take a stand … without having to say anything,’ says St. John’s Nick Wakos
Jul 05, 2019
Before hitting the gridiron on a California First Nation last week, Nick Wakos brushed black paint on his hand, pressed his palm to his face, and wept with his mother.
“It’s all I could think about out there, was the stories that aren’t being told, and the women who are being tossed aside … and the families who are hurting and grieving in silence,” Wakos said.
Wakos was the only Canadian to play in the second annual Indigenous Bowl in Soboba, Calif., where Indigenous players from across the continent gathered to train, practise and compete.
Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/winnipeg-football-player-reps-mmiwg-face-paint-1.5200850
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