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    Here's Why Canada's Mrs. Universe Just Got A Role Model Award

    She's been an outspoken advocate for First Nations issues.

    This is Ashley Callingbull, also known as Mrs. Universe, also know as one badass woman.

    The 25-year-old from Enoch Cree Nation in Alberta was crowned Mrs. Universe in August, but don't let that make you think she's just a pretty face.

    Since her win, she's been an outspoken advocate for aboriginal issues, including missing and murdered indigenous women and getting youth politically engaged.

    On Wednesday, her advocacy was honoured with a National Role Model award from the United Nations for Global Dignity Day.

    National Role Model @AshCallingbull shares her dignity story with thousands of students across Canada #DignityDay

    Callingbull spoke with thousands of students about what it means to lead a dignified life.

    Ms. Universe Ashley Callingbull talking 2 some First Nations youth about what dignity means 2 her #globaldignityday

    And since it was her birthday, the kids joined in for an adorable sing-a-long.

    You do you, girl 🙌

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