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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) Awareness Month

This guide gathers together resources available online or held in the Butler Library collection on the topic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.


Further Reading

The following books may be available via inter-library loan.

Chenault, V. S. (2011). Weaving strength, weaving power: Violence and abuse against Indigenous women. Carolina Academic Press.

LaRocque, E. (1994). Violence in aboriginal communities. [National Clearinghouse on Family Violence, Family Violence Prevention Division, Health Programs and Services Branch, Health Canada].

Mathyssen, I. (2011). Ending violence against Aboriginal women and girls : empowerment -- a new beginning : report of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women. Standing Committee on the Status of Women.

Maze of injustice: The failure to protect indigenous women from sexual violence in the USA. (2007). Amnesty International USA.

Mitchell, C., & Moletsane, R. (2018). Disrupting shameful legacies: Girls and young women speak back through the arts to address sexual violence. Brill Sense.

Remembering women murdered by men: Memorials across Canada. (2006). Sumach Press.

Sleeper-Smith, S., Ostler, J., & Reid, J. L. (2021). Violence and indigenous communities: Confronting the past and engaging the present. Northwestern University Press.

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