Stolen Sisters

Stolen Sisters

The Story of Two Missing Girls, Their Families, and How Canada Has Failed Indigenous Women

Book - 2016
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Since 1980, 1,200 Canadian aboriginal women have been murdered or have gone missing. This alarming figure reveals a national tragedy and the systemic failure of law enforcement and of all levels of government to address the issue. Journalist Emmanuelle Walter spent two years investigating this crisis and has crafted a moving representative account of the disappearance of two young women, Maisy Odjick and Shannon Alexander, teenagers from western Quebec, who have been missing since September 2008. Via personal testimonies, interviews, press clippings and official documents, Walter pieces together the disappearance and loss of these two young lives, revealing these young women to us through the voices of family members and witnesses. 2015.
Publisher: Toronto : CNIB, 2016.
ISBN: 9780616870655
Characteristics: 1 computer laser optical disc (6 hrs., 14 min.) : sd. ; 12 cm.


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