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Doreen Nicoll | Why are Aboriginal women experiencing violence at far greater rates than non-Aboriginal women? In one word, colonialism.
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Meghan Murphy | Indigenous women and allies call for an end to male violence against women in Canada.
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Two participants at the mass Blanket Exercise on Parliament Hill, June 2015
Cheryl McNamara | KAIROS presents its wish list to bring us closer to a reconciled, respectful relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, and a just transition to a clean energy economy.
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Women making their voices heard in Guatemala. Photo credit: CEIBA
Rachel Warden, Anne Marie Sam | Environmental degradation, gender justice and Indigenous rights have barely made the election radar. It’s not surprising that the issue of mining impacts on Indigenous women is nowhere to be seen.
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Meghan Murphy | Meghan Murphy speaks with Cherry Smiley and Shelagh Day about the ongoing effects of colonialism on Aboriginal women and girls and the call for a national inquiry into missing and murdered women.
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Redeye Collective | Stephen Harper dismissed renewed calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Aboriginal women, saying the recent murder of Tina Fontaine was a crime, not a sociological phenomenon.
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Woman signs petition on No More Stolen Sisters poster
Penney Kome | While some celebrate the Supreme Court ruling that struck down Canada’s prostitution laws, there are different opinions.
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June Chua | Michelle Latimer is working on a film examining solitary confinement as it pertains to Renée Acoby -- a Métis woman who spent eight of her 13 years in prison mostly in solitary confinement.
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Michele Pineault. Photo by David P. Ball
David P. Ball | Michele Pineault's daughter was killed on Robert Pickton's farm, one of Canada's 600 missing and murdered Native women. She spoke with the Left Coast Post at a closure ceremony on Wednesday.
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Native Women’s Association of Canada | The resignation of Ms. Robyn Gervais from the position of Independent Counsel for the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry confirms the failure of the inquiry process.
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Manuel Schulte | Corinthia Kelly explains why community groups are not participating in the Missing Women's Inquiry, which she says has become a finger-pointing exercise between the Vancouver Police and the RCMP.
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Lori Mainville: friend, mentor and advisor to Robert Animikii Horton. Photo: Robert Animikii Horton
Robert Animikii Horton | Think of the well-being of the relationship we are building between our People and generations to come. This begins with our respect and value for women, aligned with our traditional teachings.