In advance of this year's 25th Women's Memorial March, Harsha Walia hosted a roundtable with four Indigenous women leaders who have been taking action against colonial gendered violence for decades.
Below is a list of participating cities:
Well, I think I can firmly say I have no predictions about what is going to happen on February 13, 2015.
The Inter‑American Commission on Human Rights issues a breakthrough report on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
I remember the fire of such campaigns as Idle No More, the round dances under the snowflakes and pale light of the setting sun. I remember when we cared about Innu youth and the homeless.
Sisters in Spirit vigils are being held across Canada this Saturday, October 4th. Check the listing to find your city.
New research reveals Canada's role in violence against Aboriginal women.
Public Safety Canada's report on human trafficking in Aboriginal communities asks "How are Aboriginal families trafficking their children?" instead of "Has the government participated in trafficking?"
Five days of events prior to the Sisters in Spirit Vigil on October 4.
On Monday, September 15, 2014, Harper announced a $25-million, five-year plan which would tackle the issue in "high-risk communities," within the context of the Economic Action Plan 2014 budget.