Don’t Need Saving: Aboriginal Women and Access to Justice
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Don’t Need Saving: Aboriginal Women and Access to Justice

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John Ahni Schertow
February 15, 2014
 

Indigenous women in Canada are five times more likely to be victims of violence than non-Indigenous women, and in the past 30 years more than 800 Indigenous women have gone missing or been murdered. In this video, the Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children (METRAC) examines the reasons why Indigenous women are continually victimized in North America.

A Wolf Dog Production. Director/Producer: Audrey Huntley. Camera/Editor: Mike Barber.

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