Following a childhood and adolescence marked by absent parents, hard drug abuse, severe homelessness, and crime and jail time, Jesse Thistle did what he once believed was impossible - he turned his life around, and in the process discovered his family's Indigenous roots. In "From the Ashes: My Story of Being Métis, Homeless, and Finding My Way," he explores the truly dark moments and how he gained the strength to create a new kind of life for himself.
Healing Through Rediscovering Métis Roots
Jul 21, 2020
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