The next generation witnesses the MMIWG closing ceremony

The next generation witnesses the MMIWG closing ceremony

Click here to view original web page at The next generation witnesses the MMIWG closing ceremony Two young Inuit girls watch the Tikinaagan (or cradleboard) ceremony, which prepared the final report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls so it could be passed to Prime …

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Using the word “genocide” cheapens the MMIWG tragedy

Using the word “genocide” cheapens the MMIWG tragedy

Click here to view original web page at Using the word “genocide” cheapens the MMIWG tragedy Without debate, the disproportionately high murder, rape, and assault rates for Indigenous women are unacceptable, tragic, and worth discussion. Racist, sexist notions against Indigenous women and girls persist at all levels, if the recent …

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The MMIWG inquiry’s case for genocide: Canada aimed to ‘destroy Indigenous people’

Marion Buller, the chief commissioner for the National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls, said Monday during a press conference that it was an “inescapable conclusion” that “genocide” was committed against Indigenous people in Canada.

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‘This is genocide’: The final report of Canada’s inquiry into MMIWG

‘This is genocide’: The final report of Canada’s inquiry into MMIWG

Click here to view original web page at ‘This is genocide’: The final report of Canada’s inquiry into MMIWG Canada’s just-released national inquiry into thousands of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls calls the crisis “genocide.” The 1,200-page report , titled Reclaiming Power and Place, is the culmination of …

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Call what happened to Indigenous women a genocide so we can move forward, says MMIWG inquiry's lead counsel

Call what happened to Indigenous women a genocide so we can move forward, says MMIWG inquiry’s lead counsel

Click here to view original web page at Call what happened to Indigenous women a genocide so we can move forward, says MMIWG inquiry’s lead counsel The national inquiry into the disproportionate number of missing and murdered Indigenous women started in Sept. 2016. (CBC News) Acknowledging the violence against Indigenous …

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‘The Time for Talk Is Over’: Survivors React to the Missing Women’s Inquiry

‘The Time for Talk Is Over’: Survivors React to the Missing Women’s Inquiry

Click here to view original web page at ‘The Time for Talk Is Over’: Survivors React to the Missing Women’s Inquiry ‘Our sisters and two-spirit relatives who have been missing or murdered — they paid with their lives for this movement.’ The hundreds of recommendations for Canadian society and government …

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