On Mother's Day and every day, let's rise up together and demand that the government takes real action to address the issue of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and girls.
The internationally respected Bertelsmann Foundation has given the Harper government a failing grade on the environment, access to information, and more, in its sustainable governance rankings.
Continue reading the #ItEndsHere series on missing and murdered Indigenous women with this piece on honouring the women lost too soon.
Jana-Rae Yerxa states that in honour of Indigenous women lost to violence, she will continue to use her voice, not be shamed into silence and refuse to live quietly.
Tasha Beeds' devastatingly beautiful piece on the history of violence against Indigenous people and the colonization of Indigenous territories.
In the wake of Loretta Saunders' death, Leanne Simpson discusses gender violence as a core resurgence project, a core decolonization project, a core of any Indigenous mobilization.
Yesterday in Toronto a rail blockade was held in solidarity with Tyendinaga and Shawn Brant and their demands for a full, meaningful public inquiry into Canada's Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.
February 14 marks the annual march for missing and murdered Indigenous women. Remember why we must stop this violence with this thought-provoking piece from Krystalline Kraus.
February 14 marks the Annual March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Remember why we must stop this violence with this thought-provoking piece from Krystalline Kraus.
Along with hundreds of other women across Canada, Marlene George marches on February 14. In this piece she tells us why.