• Jenna Rose

ISSUE 2: MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS

Updated: Jan 7, 2019

I feel like this topic has been weighing heavily on me and I am feeling lighter now that this issue is wrapping. This issue deals with the national crisis that is the disappearance and murder of Indigenous women and the lack of movement in preventing and solving these crimes. Included in the pages is a written piece by Sākihitowin Awāsis who is an Indigenous spoken word artist with accompanying art by Dawn Redskye, a visual artist and bewitching musician.

hIssue 2 will be available to grab in-person at the Aboriginal Solidarity Day event in Wortley Village in London on June 21st. It will available online on Wednesday, June 20th

Collaged page from the back panel of issue #2. A young blonde haired boy dressed up as an "Indian" and sitting in front of a tipi with his hand in the classic "how" manner
Back panel of issue #2 ©Jenna Rose Sands