The tragic death of Indigenous teen Tina Fontaine has renewed the call for justice for missing and murdered Aboriginal women. Highly recommend reading Sarah Hunt’s column at the Globe and Mail about how the tragedy has highlighted a systemic lack of support for Indigenous women.
Indigenous activists are also debating whether pushing for a national inquiry is the best way to go. Hunt’s piece raises some concerns that are further explored by Chelsea Vowel at Rabble.
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