Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women’s Conference Coordinator’s Report


Other possible speakers include Susan Tiano and Dr. Mary Lynn Young. Chris Queen from Stanford University is also interested in corresponding about the conference and discussing our examination of thi



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Other possible speakers include Susan Tiano and Dr. Mary Lynn Young. Chris Queen from Stanford University is also interested in corresponding about the conference and discussing our examination of this issue.




Contact with Families of Missing and Murdered Women
Gwenda Yuzicappi, whose daughter Amber Redman disappeared in July of 2005, has agreed to sit as an advisor and consultant with the committee overseeing the conference. In addition to Gwenda, I have had contact with Pauline Muskego and Myrna LaPlante, who will also work with committee members for the conference. Lori Whiteman of Saskatchewan Sisters in Spirit is also working with the committee to help contact families. Gwenda suggested that we request the use of photographs from families of missing and murdered women, which would be incorporated into various campaigns and events related to the conference. Gwenda advised that we continue to make contact with families.




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