Remembering our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

June 3 was the first anniversary of the national inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG). On Canada Day, we share Charlotte Snake’s photography as a way of keeping the conversation alive.

 

 


Publisher’s note: These photos were captured in Charlotte’s community this week and edited by Charlotte. Her mother, Cheryl Caven, consented to the submission of these photos.


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One Response to Remembering our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

  1. This is a beautiful piece and Charlotte Snake is very brave to raise her voice in this way. Thank you for publishing these remarkable photos and the story.

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