Join us on International Women’s Day for a panel discussion addressing the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. Learn about the issues from a panel of Indigenous women and the screening of a short film.

“Sisters Come Home”

Nimiseyak Bigiiwag “Sisters Come Home” is a documentary short film of interviews produced with Wapikoni Mobile. Four Anishinabe women recount their own personal experiences and views on racism and sexism and how the two correlate to the missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada.

The screening will be preceded by a presentation from Caroline Nepton-Hotte (National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls).

The National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

The event will conclude with an inter-generational panel discussion featuring and a Q&A period with:

Ellen GabrielEllen Gabriel Maïtée SaganashMaite-labrecque-saganash
Nina SegalowitzNina Segalowitz Cassandra Steer (modératrice)Cassandra Steer
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