Hundreds gather to support families of missing, murdered indigenous women – CBC

Hundreds gather to support families of missing, murdered indigenous women – CBC

by ahnationtalk on December 4, 2015323 Views

Dec 3, 2015

Fundraiser solicits donations to foundation that provides culturally sensitive support

As hundreds of people streamed into Winnipeg’s Indian and Metis Friendship Centre on Thursday, Sue Caribou thought about members of her family who have been taken, killed or possibly both — for two of them, she can’t be sure.

“My first caregiver was Nancy Dumas,” she told CBC.

“When we came home from residential, she would look after us.”

Dumas was 78 when she disappeared from Lynn Lake, Man., after leaving her daughter’s home. That was in 1987, and she hasn’t been seen since.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/hundreds-gather-to-support-families-of-missing-murdered-indigenous-women-1.3348610

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