Breaking one of Canada’s best kept secrets: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women MMIW

Activist Audrey Huntley speaks at global human rights conference

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Never before has the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women commanded public and media attention to the degree that it has in the last few years,” says No More Silence co-founder Audrey Huntley. (CBC)

Read More at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/aboriginal/breaking-one-of-canada-s-best-kept-secrets-mmiw-1.3048352

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Audrey Huntley is a co-founder of No More Silence, a storyteller, documentary filmmaker, community activist and writer/producer of mixed European and Indigenous ancestry. She works at Aboriginal Legal Services in Toronto.

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Two women comfort each other during a women’s memorial march in Vancouver. (CBC)

Learn More At:

http://www.cbc.ca/missingandmurdered/http://www.cbc.ca/news/aboriginal/breaking-one-of-canada-s-best-kept-secrets-mmiw-1.3048352

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