TEDxUTSC | Forgotten Narrative: The First Nations Reality
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Forgotten Narrative: The First Nations Reality

Diane Hill

About This Project

Diane Hill is from the Oneida Nation of the Thames First Nations Community. Diane attended school at a young age on Oneida and grew up in the community. Diane has an older brother, Zachary, and a mom, Renae, both of whom inspire her and are the backbone to her journey. Diane pays homage to her family and relatives for being the main supporters and influencer’s in her determination in education and advocacy of her community.


Diane left her community and moved to Toronto to pursue education at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus. Through work with other students, and the elder on campus among many other community influences Diane began to pursue a stream in the Health Studies program. Diane has always had a passion for connecting with people and advocating for indigenous


January 30, 2016

2016, Arts & Culture, Community
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