Canada is holding a nationwide investigation into hundreds of cases of Indigenous women and girls who have been murdered or are missing. Melanie Morrison, a Kahnawake Mohawk activist, helped lead the call for the National Inquiry. Melanie’s sister, Tiffany, disappeared in 2006. Her body was found 4 years later, and her homicide remains unsolved. Morrison talks about the hope of many in Canada that the National Inquiry may lead to new clues in many of these cases, and lead to change in how police conduct their investigations, and how Indigenous People are treated by police agencies and the Government. Here are the links if you’d like to follow the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls — on the internet and Facebook:
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