Last week rallies were held across the country for justice for Cindy Gladue, an indigenous woman whose killer was acquitted under ludicrous circumstances in Edmonton. Elle Beaver has rounded up some must-read articles by indigenous people on the Cindy Gladue case. I encourage you to spend some time reading their voices.
The Alberta government has announced they will file an appeal in the Cindy Gladue verdict, but as kwetoday points out, there is good reason to be skeptical that justice for indigenous women like Gladue can be achieved through the criminal justice system.
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