The Need for a National Public Inquiry on Canada’s Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women

In a panel discussion on Canada’s Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women for The Agenda, Michèle Audette – president of NWAC – provided an impassionate answer as to why Aboriginal women in Canada have been the target of violence. For us at ©Integrating Horizons, Michèle’s response captures the essence as well as the urgency for a National Public Inquiry in Canada on missing and murdered Aboriginal women. For us at [Aboriginal women are targeted because of] discrimination, racism, being marginalized every day, extreme poverty facing in the community or urban setting, the vulnerability that got us close to the violence,… Read More