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Missing, Murdered Aboriginal Women Remembered With 1,181 Inukshuks | RED POWER MEDIA

11.11.15

Missing, Murdered Aboriginal Women Remembered With 1,181 Inukshuks | RED POWER MEDIA: ‘We’ll continue to do what we’re doing until we get our inquiry.’– Kristen Villebrun, organizer

Hundreds of people have stopped to ask the group what it is they’re building, and why. That’s all the opportunity Villebrun needs to talk to them about how aboriginal people continue to be overrepresented among Canada’s missing and murdered women.

According to a June report from the RCMP that was meant to update Canadians on the service’s efforts to address unresolved cases, as of April, 174 aboriginal women across all police jurisdictions remain missing – 111 of these under suspicious circumstances.


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