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|Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women: The Role of Grassroots Organizations and Social Media|
Canadian Woman Studies, Vol. 33, No. 1/2, Special Issue: Women's Human Rights, 2018/2019, pp. 204-210.
Discusses how Aboriginal women experience race-, class-, and gender-based violence due to the effects of colonization, and how activism such as the Native Women's Association of Canad's Sisters in Spirit initiative, Christi Belcourt's Walking With Our Sisters art installation piece, and the #MMIW, #AmINext, and #ImNotNext campaigns serve to raise awareness of the issue and counteract portrayals found in the mainstream press.