The Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada
Synopsis: This week on "Learn Me Something," Aaron and Rich delve into the public inquiry on the missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada.
This is what it means to be born Indigenous, in Canada, in the 21st century: You are twice as likely to die in infancy. You will be nine times more likely to be sexually assaulted as a child and three times more likely to drop out from school. You will be twice as likely to lose your job. If you have a job, you will earn 60 per cent less.
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Present: Aaron Stewart, Rich Plumb
- An ugly homicide number we need to discuss
- The RCMP’s Report on Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women Is Simply Not Enough
- Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
- Timeline of Key Milestones
- Doing Things Differently: 10 ways our approach is reflective of Indigenous values
- National Inquiry into MMIWG
- Our casual racism causes Indigenous suffering: Neil Macdonald
- Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Report (2019)
- These are the cases authorities say do not involve foul play
- The political quagmire of the prime minister accepting his country’s complicity in genocide: Robyn Urback
- The MMIWG report chronicles exploitation without really defining it
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Download Podcast: Episode 112: The Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women