Students sew 1,000 moccasins for child apprehension campaign


Published on June 13, 2018, 4:04 pm

Published by Prince Rupert Northern View

Prince Rupert students are taking part in a national campaign to hand-sew baby moccasins to give to Indigenous foster children. The Moccasin Project is rooted in Manitoba, the province with the highest child welfare apprehension in the country. Through the project, students learn how about the state of child apprehension rates and how they can help in their own community.





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