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Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit Persons : Start Here

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The number of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit people (MMIG2S) in Canada is disproportionately high. This guide sheds light on this national tragedy in Canada. Here you will find links to books, ebooks, databases, videos, websites and more about this topic.

Recommended databases




"Art is a powerful tool for commemoration. Public commemorations, through art, can help bring forward personal stories of colonial violence. Art as commemoration bears witness to injustice, recognizes human dignity of victims and survivors, and calls institutions, systems and structures to account." 

Check out these links to find some of those artistic expressions relating to missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people in Canada.

Artwork by Terry McCue



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