Grantee Daniella Zalcman wanted to report on the fight for access to necessary medical care for those with HIV in Canada's Aboriginal community. But instead, she discovered another story. Her project, "Signs of Identity in Canada's First Nation," tells the story of survivors of the Indian Residential School system in Saskatchewan, Canada. These schools were meant to assimilate young indigenous students into Canadian culture. They were federally funded and ran from the 1830s until 1996.
She hosts the Smithsonian Magazine's instagram account, featuring multiple exposure portraits of survivors.