Where Did That Come From? Indigenous Activists Discuss the Creation of Canada’s National Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Inquiry
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Shenher, Lorimer Sebastian
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Nine Indigenous activists and writers share their thoughts in this audio documentary on how Canada's Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's national inquiry came to rise in political importance during Canada's 2015 federal election and what they believe caused the tragedy in the first place. Link to audio documentary: https://soundcloud.com/user-504458981/where-did-that-come-from-shenher-thesis-mixdown-aif/s-Wf7e7
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