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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, & Two-Spirit (MMIWG2S)

This guide is to assist you in locating resources about Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, & Two-Spirit (MMIWG2S) in Canada. Here you will find links to books, ebooks, journals, databases, videos, websites and more about the women.

Walking with our Sisters

MM interview with Metis artist Christi Belcourt on Walking with our Sisters WWOS

Rebeka Tabobondung interviews Christi Belcourt for MUSKRAT Magazine about the Walking with our Sisters exhibition/memorial hosted by G'zaagin Art Gallery at the Parry Sound Museum. The exhibition ran from January 10 to 26, 2014.

The REDress Project

The REDress Project at the National Museum of the American Indian

To commemorate Women’s History Month, the National Museum of the American Indian presented The REDress Project, an outdoor art installation by artist Jaime Black (Métis). Shown in the United States for the first time, the installation of empty red dresses centers on the issue of missing or murdered indigenous women. Black hopes to draw attention to the gendered and racialized nature of violent crimes against Native women and to evoke a presence through the marking of absence.

Jingle Dancers

Tia Wood Special - 2017 Gathering of Nations

A powerful performance of Jingle dancers in red dresses. 

A Tribe called Red

Performance for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

In October, Canada’s unions staged a unique and powerful performance with music by A Tribe Called Red, video, holograms and dance to honour Canada’s missing and murdered Indigenous women.

Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women: A Digital Exhibition,