Although Aboriginal Canadian women only make up a small portion of Canada’s population (about 4.3%), they account for 11.3% of Canada’s missing women and 16% of Canadian female homicides.  There are similar statistics for American aboriginal women; it’s an issue faced by indigenous people throughout the world.

Sadly, many people look the other way when it comes to the abduction and murder of aboriginal women. But it doesn’t always have to be this way. We can help spread awareness and enlighten people about what’s going on.

Check out these videos:


If Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women is a cause you’re interested in, check out these blog posts:

Killed In RECORD Numbers: Why Indigenous Women Are Victims Of ASTONISHING Violence

The Sad And Shameful History Of Murdered And Missing Indigenous Women

Sister Scythe Q&A

If you want to be an advocate about the issue, check out our Indigenous Women design and line of clothing and accessories, all designed to spark a conversation about MMIW:

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Other Resources:

The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center:

Support For Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Their Families-

Stolen Sisters Awareness Movement:

CBC News: Missing and Murdered: