Watch: Pam Palmater on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
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Pam Palmater was in Ottawa on Feb. 24 to give a talk entitled “The Law’s Role in Canada’s National Disgrace: Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls” at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law. In this interview she answers why this problem of MMIWG exists, provides an analysis of the current public discourse, and talks about what’s important in the urgent call for a national inquiry.
Palmater is interviewed by Greg Macdougall of EquitableEducation.ca. rabble plans to have the full talk posted shortly as a podcast.
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Greg Macdougall is an activist/educator/writer based in Ottawa. He is the producer (aka layout person) of the rabble rouser. He is also a member of the provincial anarchist organization Common Cause,...
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