This paper raises concerns about the broader implications of the relative invisibility of missing/murdered Aboriginal women in the press, and their symbolic annihilation from the Canadian social landscape.
"The hard part is getting started and that's what we found at the TRC," he said. "Once we got started in the community hearings, then it became a ride that just took care of itself. Then we were getting constant demands from people to come to their communities and talk to them."
"The fallout from the "appropriation prize" controversy in the wake of an editorial published in Write magazine has left many wondering what exactly constitutes cultural appropriation, and how it is different, if at all, from appreciation."