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4/13/2011 First Person Radio
Albert McLeod is a fifth generation descendent of the Cree and Scottish families who worked in the Hudson Bay Company fur trade from 1832 to 1980. He was raised in Cormorant and The Pas in northern Manitoba during the 1960s and 70s.
Albert was one of the founders of the Manitoba Aboriginal AIDS Task Force where he was employed as the Program Manager from 1991-2001; and was also one of founders the Canadian Aboriginal AIDS Network in 1997. He has over twenty years experience as a human rights advocate and is one of the founding directors of the Two-Spirited People of Manitoba.
Albert is a free-lance educator specializing in Aboriginal cultural reclamation, textile art and community development. He is currently the Community Development Coordinator for the 595 Prevention Team (info) in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Canada's Gay/Lesbian News Service, XTRA, published a lengthy article on Albert McLeod's lif
April 13, 2011
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