These essays outline historical, legal, cultural, philosophical, and psychological perspectives on the topic of missing and murdered women in Canada.
An in-depth look at the rhetorical relationship between federal policy, Indigenous literature, and community activism.
An investigation of the Indigenous women who have gone missing or been found murdered along a stretch of highway in British Columbia.
Memoir detailing the experience of Indigenous women living through the violence of colonized spaces.
Tells the story of the unsolved murder of indigenous activists, police investigation misconduct, and the community who tracked down the clues which officials failed to uncover.