Joyce Green is a professor of political science at the University of Regina and the editor of Making Space for Indigenous Feminism (Fernwood, 2007).

  • Magazine

    Stolen sisters

    Some things defy articulation. How can a community conceptualize the vicious, racist misogyny that leaves scores of Aboriginal women missing and murdered? We try, because silence really is complicity — because we are all affected, we are all related and we do not accept the loss of these women.

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    Status of Women vs. the status quo

    While particular communities will be injured by the Harper government’s actions, it is ultimately democracy itself that is hurt.