Clarity Smoke is an Anishnaabe secondary student attending Monarch Park Collegiate Institute. Currently in Grade 9, Clarity has been actively involved in raising awareness of Indigenous history and culture within post-secondary institutions, political agencies and community organizations alike. During her spare time, Clarity attends Indigenous cultural celebrations, singing on the Pow Wow Trail and dancing Northern Women’s Traditional. Throughout the school year, Clarity is an active member of the Toronto Indigenous Youth Council as part of her advocacy in Toronto area. She also pursues other artistic avenues, such as playing the violin and painting. While in this position, she would love to introduce more Indigenous Knowledge into the education curriculum as well as provide more voices like hers to be heard when dealing with racial issues and situations.