“Loretta’s case has opened the eyes of Canadians to say this could have been my daughter. And it can very well be your daughter, but the sad fact is it’s mostly …Read More →
Posts Tagged with: Indigenous women
This week we learned that Loretta Saunders, an Inuk student from Labrador, has been murdered. In her death, our sister joins a long and growing list of Indigenous women and girls who have been, and …Read More →
Thousands of names of missing and murdered women.
Each time the number of Indigenous girls and women whose lives have been cut short due to violence is debated in the news, I sigh. I …Read More →
I was asked to reflect on December 6th 1989 and the aftermath of such violence in relation to contemporary forms of violence we face as Indigenous women in Canada. I am tremendously humbled by this …Read More →