Last year, Brad “Caribou Legs” Firth set out to run across Canada unsupported to draw attention to Canada’s missing and murdered indigenous women.
This new short film from The Solidarity Union documents Firth, a member of the Gwich’in First Nation, and his cross-country run along many of the same roads where the women he is honouring were last seen alive.
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