Hundreds of Non-Medical Masks with Indigenous Flair Made for First Nations Communities

This CBC News article spotlights Shelly Johnson, a professor at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops and the Canada research chair in Indigenizing Higher Education. Shelly has been sewing non-medical cloth masks and donating them to various organizations and non-profits, including the Ending Violence Association of BC (EVA BC). Thank you Shelly for your generous support of the communities around you, and for supporting the safety of anti-violence workers with your donation to EVA BC – Hundreds of non-medical masks with Indigenous flair made for First Nations communities.