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New community-run database honours missing and murdered Indigenous women

Listen to an interview with Audrey Huntley from No More Silence.

On Thursday, September 12, No More Silence and Families of Sisters In Spirit will launch their new community-run database, honouring missing and murdered Indigenous women, at the Bassline Music Bar at 865 Bloor Street West, near Ossington, in Toronto.

The event starts at 7 p.m.

Special guests: Bridget Tolley Kristen Gilchrist, Colleen Cardinal(screening the trailer of her documentary on the 60s scoop), Krysta Nyshn and Andy Smith

Featuring a sneak peek into Wabs Whitebird's new release: Urban Round Dance 9:30 - 10:30 p.m.
and GrenzFall aka BorderLine with Farrukh spinning techno/dubstep and Radek's deephouse into the wee hours. 

Hosted by No More Silence with the support of The Native Youth Sexual Health Network!

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