#rabbleReels: The Missing Indigenous Women of Canada

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The Strawberry Ceremony to honour Indigenous Women, Trans and Two-Spirited Peoples who have died Violent and Premature Deaths (photo: Chrissy Smith, click for more)

The Strawberry Ceremony to honour Indigenous Women, Trans and Two-Spirited Peoples who have died Violent and Premature Deaths (photo: Chrissy Smith, click for more)

The story of missing or murdered indigenous women of Canada is regarded as one of the country’s ongoing shames. As Indigenous rights are coming more into the spotlight here are two videos to explain the situation.

The first short video above is a report into the disappearance of Tiffany Morrisson. The second film, Go Home, Baby Girl, is a feature-length documentary of the story of one Indigenous family’s struggle for justice in the murder of their daughter Norma George. It’s a CBC production.

For more on the background story see Winnipeg Free Press here.

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