Monday, Mar 27th, 2017

Journalist, author, humanitarian and public speaker Amanda Lindhout gave a presentation, March 10, to a packed Schwartz School of Business auditorium at St.F.X. Richard MacKenzie

Amanda Lindhout was back at St.F.X., March 10, for a presentation which proved a fitting conclusion for International Women’s Week activities locally. Lindhout, from Red Deer, Alberta, is the journalist who was kidnapped by Islamist insurgents in southern Somalia, Aug. 23, 2008, and held hostage for more than 15 months. She was released on Nov. 25, 2009. Now known for her humanitarian work and public speaking, as well as a [...]

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