Topics: Ethical Living | Opinion

A Sixties Scoop survivor’s healing journey

Artist Mike Alexander on "emerging through the other side of hell"

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(Illustration: Mike Alexander)

Mike Alexander works primarily with acrylic paints. He has had four solo exhibitions and recently completed his first graphic novel. Originally from Swan Lake First Nation, Alexander is based in Kamloops, B.C.

This first-person piece first appeared in Broadview‘s June 2020 issue with the title “The Road Home.”


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