Global Femicide Subtitle: Indigenous Women and Girls Torn from Our Midst, 2nd Edition

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Laying our Canadian stories alongside the global phenomenon of femicide in other colonized countries such as Mexico and Guatemala, this book underscores the common, interlocking effects of racism and sexism on Indigenous women. Family members, scholars and researchers, artists, activists and policy-makers provide their decade-long perspectives, providing testimony and evidence that sexualized and racialized violence is not only a product of historic colonization but continues to manifest in entrenched systems of colonization and global femicide. The analysis and the heart of all the authors is generously shared, exemplifying what resistance looks like.

University of Regina

Canada, Regina, Saskatchewan

Contributed by: Isaac Mulolani

Language: English

License: CC-BY-NC