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Michèle Audette: A Woman of Perseverance

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©  Quebec Native Women.
As part of a series of articles on major personalities who have furthered the cause of tolerance in Canada,® presents Michèle Audette, president of Quebec Native Women (QNW). At once proud of her roots and at home in today's reality, she is lucid about the situation of Native women and unbending on the need to recognize their rights.
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