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$10 million not enough to restore justice and dignity for Indigenous women in Canada

After 600 Aboriginal women and girls go missing or are found murdered in Canada, the federal government decides to throw-a-bone and give $10 million dollars. In March, the Canadian Minister of Justice budgeted $10 million over two years to address the issue of murdered and missing women in Canada, however, they have yet to figure out how to use the money.

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Feminist Current

Cherry Smiley on Indigenous feminism, colonial violence and the sex industry

April 17, 2014
| In this episode we hear a talk by Cherry Smiley. The talk is part of a series on Indigenous Feminism, put on by the First Nations Student Association at Simon Fraser University.
Length: 53:27 minutes (48.94 MB)
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Activist Communique: Families of Sisters in Spirit press release

| October 4, 2011
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Activist Communique: Sisters in Spirit Vigil 2011 -- Toronto

| October 4, 2011
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Activist Communique: Video launch of 'Don't Need Saving: Aboriginal Women and Access to Justice'

| September 27, 2011
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Activist Communique: The Silence is Broken, But the Violence Continues: Now What?

| July 19, 2011
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Activist Communique: Walk 4 Justice 2011 for Indigenous women

| June 29, 2011
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Activist Communique: If the Drum is a Woman

| June 29, 2011
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Activist Communique: 3,000 missing women should be an election issue

| April 7, 2011

National day of action -- No More Silence

Monday, February 14, 2011 - 4:00pm - 8:00pm

Location

Toronto Police Headquarters
40 College Street
Toronto, ON
Canada
43° 39' 39.5856" N, 79° 23' 5.8992" W

Toronto's sixth annual rally and march for missing and murdered Indigenous women

Gathering with food at The Meeting Place following rally and march (6:30-8pm); a bus will be available to transport participants from the Coroner's Office to the gathering.
TTC tokens will be available for those attending by public transit

No More Silence aims to develop an inter/national network to support the work being done by activists, academics, researchers, agencies and communities to stop the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women

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