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Hannah Martin
Peace and Friendship Coordinator

Hannah Martin is a Mi’kmaw and Scottish woman from the traditional, unceded territory of Taqamiju’jk (Tatamagouche), Mi’kma’ki, and is a member of the Millbrook First Nation community. Hannah currently holds the position of Peace and Friendship Coordinator at the Tatamagouche Centre.

Hannah is a recent graduate from the Honours Indigenous Studies program at McMaster University, which she completed as a 2015 Joyce/Crawford Loran Scholar. She is an active member of the Maritimes-Guatemala Breaking the Silence Network – BTS, and Sustainable Northern Nova Scotia (SuNNS).

Hannah is a passionate advocate for Indigenous and human rights, justice and cultural reclamation. She is a hand drummer, singer and practitioner of traditional knowledge whose determination comes from a deep love for her culture, family, community, ancestors, future children and the generations to come.