Tag Archives: Missing and Murdered Aborinal Women in Canada

THE WHITENESS OF REMEMBRANCE: TIM BOSMA, REHTAEH PARSONS, AND JANE CREBA

The Whiteness of Remembrance: Tim Bosma, Rehataeh Parsons, and Jane Creba By Jorge Antonio Vallejos “They’re looking for that white guy who’s disappeared but the 800 Missing and Murdered Aboriginal women in Canada don’t matter,” said my friend ¬†Stefoknee while … Continue reading

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INTERVIEWS WITH RESISTANCE POETRY #2 CONTRIBUTOR MALIKAH AWE:RI AND EDITOR ROGER LANGEN

Mahlikah Awe:ri a drum talk poetic rapologist of African-Canadian/Mohawk (Kahnaw√°:ke) & Mi’kmaw (Bear River) heritage, with Nova Scotian roots, based in Toronto. Mahlikah is a founding member of Red Slam Collective a Hip Hop Fusion Band, of diverse indigenous artists … Continue reading

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BREAKING THE SILENCE ABOUT CANADA’S MISSING AND MURDERED ABORIGINAL WOMEN: AN INTERVIEW WITH EDEN ROBINSON AND A REVIEW OF “CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE”

Conspiracy of Silence: The Riveting, Real-Life Account of The [Helen Betty Osborne]Pas Murder and Cover-up that Rocked the Nation Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos Four white boys. One Cree girl. Four cowards. One warrior. Two white boys given immunity, one … Continue reading

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