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The Spirit to Speak Out: Documentary Features Oglala Sioux Woman's Heartbreak and Redemption Through Custody Battles, Abuse
To say that Robin Poor Bear, Oglala Sioux, struggled with the decision to allow a documentary film crew to make a movie about her life is an understatement...
Guilty Verdict in Murder of Kiowa Man
It only took the jury an hour to come to a guilty verdict in the case of Jordan Michael Heathco, 31, who was standing trial for the attempted murder of Matthew Dean, and the murder...
Human Rights Watch Details Alleged Abuse, Rape, of Aboriginal Women by RCMP Officers in British Columbia
David P. Ball
Explosive allegations of gang rape, widespread abuse and anti-Native racism have rocked Canada's national police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), which vowed on Feb...
Louise Erdrich Novel The Round House Finalist for National Book Award
Famed Ojibwe author Louise Erdrich’s latest novel, published this month, is on the short list for a National Book Award, the National Book Foundation announced on October 10...
Worldwide Observances to Mark Annual Sisters in Spirit Vigil for Aboriginal Women
International voices will be raised today along with those of Canadian aboriginals for the annual Sisters in Spirit Vigil to be held collectively across Turtle Island and beyond...
Oldest DNA Match in Interpol’s History Links Dead American Convict to Highway of Tears Victim
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have linked the DNA of a deceased American convict who had a history of violent offences against women to at least one victim from British ...
Law Enforcement Gaps Leave Native Women Vulnerable to Rape and Domestic Violence
Kimberly N. Alleyne, America’s Wire
WASHINGTON—A gap in law enforcement on Native American lands creates an environment in which Native women suffer a higher rate of violence than any demographic in the United States...
National Native Women’s Summit Announced to Tackle Inequality and Violence
David P. Ball
Unequal economic and social conditions for indigenous women in Canada will be the focus of a national conference to be held in Winnipeg, Manitoba, from November 1–2...
Indigenous Colombians Evict Soldiers and Guerrillas
Indigenous guards of the Cauca region of western Colombia took steps to evict both the Colombian Army and the FARC guerrillas from their territory last week...
Missing Women Inquiry Hearings End Amid Cover-Up Charges From Victims’ Families
David P. Ball
Eight months after they began, hearings into police failures to arrest British Columbia serial killer Robert Pickton earlier wrapped up on June 6 much as they began: with outraged ...
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