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She Is Wise Magazine explores insights in newest edition


The Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) is proud to share the official launch of the third edition of She Is Wise magazine


The latest edition of the Ontario Native Women’s Association (ONWA) She Is Wise magazine continues to share the extraordinary accomplishments of Indigenous women. Readers capture personal insights into how COVID-19 has altered life paths, changed priorities, and strengthened family bonds.


In this edition we:

  • Explore insights into an Indigenous change maker in Spilling the Tea with Mona Hardy

  • Shine a spotlight on Indigenous Women Making a Difference, such as Maria Campbell, Dr. Kona Williams, Chief Lady Bird, and more

  • Discover the Crisis on Top of Crisis impacting northern communities due to COVID-19

  • Listen to the message of hope being spread by the "We Matter" youth-led initiative

  • And more!


The She Is Wise magazine proudly celebrates Indigenous women taking their rightful place in a national print landscape long closed to their experience and leadership.


Whether you are reading a print or digital copy, please share it with your friends, family, and communities. ONWA appreciates your readership and looks forward to building our audience nationally and internationally in the years ahead.


Read the third edition of She Is Wise magazine now!

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