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First Nations March Against Federal Cuts to Youth Programs on National Aboriginal Day

by Luz Rosas

First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.
First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.
First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.
First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.
First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.
First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.
First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.
First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.
First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.
First Nations march, protesting government’s cuts to youth programs.

June 21, 2012. On National Aboriginal day, numerous First Nation people took to the streets of Vancouver protesting the federal government’s cuts to youth programs.The protest started at the Aboriginal Friendship Center on Hastings St., through to Commercial Drive, ending at Trout Lake where they celebrated family and culture. Fotos: Luz Rosas

 

 

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Nice photos Luz!

Nice photos Luz!

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