Krawczyk Family makes 2 million dollar donation for Indigenous environmental justice

By Jacqueline St. Pierre  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter  VICTORIA, B.C.— January 16, 2024 Alex Krawczyk, who is the daughter of philanthropists Honey and Dr. Barry Sherman has made a very large donation to the organization RAVEN. The grassroots Indigenous NGO has a mandate is to raise legal defence for Indigenous people who are arrested for enforcing their rights and title to protect their traditional territories. “I believe it is important for Canadians to recognize the inherent rights and sovereignty of Indigenous Nations, as well as to support self-determination and long-overdue justice for Indigenous Peoples,” says Krawczyk. “I am truly proud and humbled to have made this gift, and I wish RAVEN continued success with its many important campaigns across the country.” RAVEN is an acronym for RAVEN Respecting Aboriginal Values…

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