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Beatrice Wallace, the daughter of a residential school survivor, was placed into care at seven months. At four, she was adopted into a middle-class white household where she experienced racism and abuse. Kicked out of the house at 13, she moved into a group home in Regina’s north-central neighbourhood. Before long, she had run away with another girl and was sexually exploited by two men. Today, she is the Director of Addictions for Souls Harbour, a co-founder of the White Pony Lodge, the mother of eight children, and grandmother of six. She shares her story to raise awareness about human trafficking, and the realities that many Indigenous women face.