Inquiry needed for missing, murdered Aboriginal women – Lethbridge Herald

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Inquiry needed for missing, murdered Aboriginal women – Lethbridge Herald

by ahnationtalk on May 15, 2015271 Views

May 15, 2015.

It’s time for the federal government to have a public inquiry regarding missing and murdered Aboriginal women.

That was one of the main arguments from Linda Many Guns and Lauren Crazybull, who were the co-guest speakers at the regular SACPA session Thursday afternoon at Country Kitchen Catering.

Crazybull, a sociology student at the University of Lethbridge, has produced three audio documentaries which have aired nationally. She began looking into the ongoing issue of violence against indigenous women after her aunt was murdered in Calgary eight years ago. There has yet to be an arrest made.

“This issue just didn’t come out of nowhere,” said Crazybull, who is also cousins with Kyle Devine, who was one of the victims in the city’s recent triple homicide.

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