Missing, Murdered, but Unforgotten: An Interview with Quebec Native Women’s Association

Photo credit: http://write2know.ca/murderedwomen/
Photo credit: http://write2know.ca/murderedwomen/
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“Missing, Murdered, but Unforgotten:Quebec Native Women’s Association President Responds to Harper’s Dismissal of National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and girls (MMIW)”

During a question period at the Canadian House of Commons last Tuesday, June 2, Prime Minister Harper once again disregarded the TRC report’s call for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. CKUT’s Emma Noradounkian sat down with Viviane Michel, the President of the Quebec Native Women’s Association, who expressed her continued disappointment in the Harper government and ways in which others can get involved in pressuring it to adopt this much-needed national inquiry. The interview was conducted in French.

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