Sarah Robinson, a wife, daughter and advocate for Indigenous women in B.C., lost her battle to cancer earlier this week at age 36.
A member of the Fort Nelson and Saulteau First Nations in Treaty 8 territory, she passed away on Sunday after being diagnosed with colon cancer in 2019.
Chastity Davis-Alphonse, a family friend and fellow advocate, says the legacy of Robinson’s work will be remembered for generations.
“People who she met once are so impacted by her, it’s unbelievable,” Davis-Alphonse said. “She was a universal person
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