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Sharon Tslaw'halum
Sharon Tslaw'halum Campaign leader

Campaigning to create awareness on the murder of Bella; native women of Canada go missing, or end up missing and murdered across Canada…Read More

Police seeking cell phone records to solve mystery of Cree woman's Toronto condo death - APTN National News

APTN National News
Uncategorized | 17. Jan, 2014 by APTN National News | Police are still investigation mysterious circumstances around the death of Bella Laboucan-McLean, 25. Photo courtesy of LeeLee Photography By Jorge Barrera APTN National News Toronto police investigators hope cell phone…Read More
Sharon Tslaw'halum
Sharon Tslaw'halum Campaign leader

Please become aware of the issues around Missing and Murdered Native Women of Canada and ask yourself who is capable of murdering native…Read More

Mounties raped, abused B.C. aboriginal girls, rights watchdog alleges in report

National Post
OTTAWA — A new report by a respected international human rights watchdog has accused RCMP officers of abusing aboriginal women and girls in northern British Columbia. New York-based Human Rights Watch uncovered one allegation of rape and others of assault by Mounties against aboriginals in rural B.C. communities. The alleged incidents were…Read More
Sharon Tslaw'halum
Sharon Tslaw'halum Campaign leader

Human Rights Attorney fighting back, please support...

NYPD Forcefully Arrests Woman For Simply Waiting For Family Outside Restaurant, She Turns Out To Be A Human Rights Attorney

Most Americans are getting sick and tired of police officers over-stepping their authority when they confront citizens who are doing nothing wrong. And now, the NYPD stepped into it big time after forcefully arresting a woman for standing outside a restaurant. She also happens to be a human rights attorney. Oops. Chaumtoli Huq was a victim of…Read More
Sharon Tslaw'halum
Sharon Tslaw'halum Campaign leader

Support, care, and be part of the change! Reconciliation for Native Women of Canada Now! Justice entanglement and serious oppression by…Read More

Alberta trucking company says racist slur sticker 'a joke' | Metro News

metronews.ca
A photo taken of a truck with a sticker above the front grill has gone viral on social media as a result of its derogatory language towards indigenous women. The sticker, which read “One Squaw Too Many,” was spotted in the area of Grande Cache, Alta. and has some wondering if charges should be laid for hate speech. Grande Cache RCMP confirmed…Read More
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