kelsie kilawna

A dedicated advocate for strength-based journalism and trauma-informed, culturally aware reporting, kelsie kilawna brings a compassionate lens to storytelling on her syilx homelands. With a commitment to amplifying narratives that empower and uplift, kelsie navigates complex stories with sensitivity, ensuring that the voices of the syilx Nation are not only heard but honoured in every line of their work.

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