Marie Slark - "They seriously misjudged me."
Marie Slark is known for her work as a representative in the class action lawsuit brought against the government for the abuse and neglect persons diagnosed with intellectual disabilities experienced at Huronia Regional Centre. Though she likes to live a quiet life with her dog Buster, Marie has been in the public eye for her award winning work speaking up against injustice in institutional settings, having traveled across Ontario to assist fellow survivors in filling out settlement claims forms, and appearing in news articles and radio shows. Marie does exceptional work with her hands, including knitting, sewing, crocheting, and beadwork, especially rosaries.
Speakers Bureau Presentation at Mt Allison University in Sackville New Brunswick - Drawing of Marie Slark
Scrapbook – Marie Slark 6
Speakers Bureau Tour of Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg Manitoba – Group Outside
Speakers Bureau Presentation at York University in Toronto Ontario - Marie Slark's Craftwork
Workshop - Marie Slark
Cabaret Rehearsal - Marie Slark Knitting