The colonization of Indigenous people seeps into the cultural erosion of Indigenous way of life. Through the use of systemic assimilation tactics, Indigenous people of Canada still face many adversities in Indigenous Communities today. The Aim of this show is to dissect the pressing political, cultural and societal underlings of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

Michael Hutchinson is the Director of Communications for the National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls.

Ellen Gabriel is a human rights advocate for the collective and individual rights of Indigenous peoples and has worked diligently to sensitize the public, academics, policing authorities and politicians on the history, culture and identity of Indigenous peoples.

Audrey Huntley is a paralegal at aboriginal legal services and is the co-founder of No more silence, an advocacy group raising awareness about missing and murdered indigenous women, girls, trans and two spirits. Audrey has been advocating on behalf of this issue since the 1990s and has produced a short film titled ‘the heart has its own memory’, which manifested from speaking to families of missing and murdered indigenous women, girls, trans and two sprits.

Ahmad Al Ramahi & Kayla Ishkanian, Co-Hosts, Producers & Technical Producers
Rajesh Sankat, Executive Producer

Music Credits
Not Dead by Fine Times
A Grief As This by Christa Couture

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