Missing and murdered indigenous women a topic on many students’ minds – Edmonton Journal

    You can use your smart phone to browse stories in the comfort of your hand. Simply browse this site on your smart phone.

    Using an RSS Reader you can access most recent stories and other feeds posted on this network.

    SNetwork Recent Stories

Missing and murdered indigenous women a topic on many students’ minds – Edmonton Journal

by ahnationtalk on April 22, 2015338 Views

Students eager to do their part to end the silence

EDMONTON – The issue of missing and murdered indigenous women is not a topic isolated to adult conversations.

Amanda Gould, a First Nations, Métis and Inuit liaison at Queen Elizabeth High School in north Edmonton, where about 150 of 1,200 students are indigenous, realized this after many students began asking her about what they were hearing in the news and what they could do to help. Some students even disclosed their own personal stories of how they and their families had been affected.

She and her colleague, Terry Godwaldt, director of programming with the Centre for Global Education, organized a video conference to raise awareness and start a conversation at their school and others across the country.

Read More: http://www.edmontonjournal.com/Missing+murdered+indigenous+women+topic+many+students+minds/10991771/story.html

Send To Friend Email Print Story

Comments are closed.

NationTalk Partners & Sponsors Learn More