Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women the Push to end Colonization
BRANDI MORIN is an award-winning Cree/Iroquois/French multimedia journalist from Treaty 6 territory in Alberta. Among her many awards over a decade of reporting on Indigenous oppression in North America, she won the 2021 Edward R Murrow Award in the Feature Reporting category for The stench of death: On Canada’s Highway of Tears.
two National Native American Journalism awards in 2022 for her work in Al Jazeera English , her book is titled “Our Voice of Fire: A Memoir of a Warrior Rising”
Host Sylvia Richardson speaks to her about the ongoing Genocide of Indigenous women in Canada, how nothing has gotten better since the MMIWG inquiry, how little of the recommendations have been implemented, how we are in the final push against Colonization and the culture of death.
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