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| October 22, 2014

The importance of protecting Indigenous women's stories

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We need to begin witnessing the stories of Indigenous women, instead of writing their stories for them.

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Video: The long-time sex discrimination in the Indian Act

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This short video covers the long-time sex discrimination regarding the status provisions of the Indian Act. It discusses the two failed remedial legislations of 1985 and 2011, the Indigenous Famous Five and Lynn Gehl's work on unknown and unstated paternity.

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