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Rinelle Harper's resilience

The teen has bounced back after a brutal attack last year

Rinelle Harper is showing so much strength and resilience after recovering from an attack in downtown Winnipeg last year. The attack was vicious and almost ended her life, but Harper has bounced back and is speaking up for all the missing and murdered women who don’t have a chance to speak.


Via canadaam.ctvnews.ca

She’s in her last year of high school now and looking at opportunities to attend university next year.

Harper and her parents spoke to CTV recently about why she’s been vocal after the attack. Check out the interview here.

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