Blood Money

Blood Money

Kim Wheeler was adopted into a white family who towed the government philosophy of killing the Indian in the child. For nearly 30 years she has told Indigenous stories, but one story has taken her decades to tell: her own.

Kim Wheeler (Anishinaabe/Mohawk)
Canada | 2020 | 30 min | Audio Documentary

Kim Wheeler has carved out a career as a writer, publicist and producer across a variety of disciplines. She is also the producer of the online podcast Homies Chatting with Ian Campeau and Jesse Thistle.
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