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Tweet from user Jason that reads: Consent n journalism? If you are a public figure (i would say over 10k twitter followers), you don't get to consent.
Social Media by Shanley Kane on June 30th, 2014
How the fuck does your “meritocracy” explain this?
Screenshot of The Save Wįyąbi Mapping Project webpage. The map shows most of Canada and the United States. The map illustrates the number of unsolved missing and solved and unsolved murders of Indigenous women with glowing, numbered red circles transposed on the map. The numbers shown in this view total nearly 1000, with high concentrations in the southwest corner of Canada (317), and the upper Midwest US and bordering area of Canada (191).
Social Media by Lauren Chief Elk-Young Bear on June 30th, 2014
Often absent from the mainstream discussion of global and domestic violence against women is the recognition of the state as a perpetrator.
A student holds a sign that says No One Should Have to Live in Fear. Two students embrace in the background.
Social Media by Brianne Huntsman on June 30th, 2014
Powerful institutions speak two languages: media and money.
Blurred image of men talking.
Abuse by Anonymous Author on April 28th, 2014
A story of sexual assault leading to the downfall of a female founder.
The memorial statue in Glendale.
Funding by Kiriko Kikuchi & Dorothy Kim on April 7th, 2014
We Are Not Your Clickbait.
Five Indigenous women standing next to each other smiling. They are from tribes across Montana and wearing powwow regalia called jingle dresses. All have two braids, and beadwork in the form of hair ties, leggings, moccasins, neckties, belts, and earrings.
Form by Lauren Chief Elk-Young Bear on February 3rd, 2014
The problem with the framing of sexualized violence as an issue that hurts all women equally is that it erases the experiences of Indigenous women.